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Côte de Beaune

Hospices de Beaune Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru Cuvée François de Salin 2011

Chardonnay 75cl

Here, the name Salins does not refer directly to Guigogne de Salins, co-founder of the Hospices, but rather to one of his descendants, François de Salins.

Dégustation : Our Corton-Charlemagne Grand Cru Cuvée François de Salin 2011 has a brilliant golden yellow colour. On the nose, aromas of citrus fruits, such as lemon, peach and floral notes are expressed. This generous wine reveals an aromatic palate where the olfactory aromas of citrus fruits and flowers are found. A mineral finish with a good length.
Accord Mets & Vins : Shellfish / Oysters / Seafood, Fish, White meat and poultry
Produit épuisé

Situation géographique et terroir

AppellationCorton Charlemagne Grand Cru
Sous-régionCôte de Beaune
Description

Here, the name Salins does not refer directly to Guigogne de Salins, co-founder of the Hospices, but rather to one of his descendants, François de Salins. A former priest and Canon of the Collegiale Notre-Dame de Beaune, he donated his plots of land in Savigny and Aloxe to the Hôtel-Dieu in 1745. The vines located in the heart of the historic Charlemagne area, planted in 1944 for the most part, face south and southwest. 

Vinification

Fermentation

Traditional in oak barrels, fermentation malolactic at 100%

Elevage14 to 16 months in oak barrels
Fûts

Hospice de Beaune barrels

Vinification

Conseil de service

Temperature de service12-14°
Potentiel de garde10 years and more
Degré13%
L'accord idealTo be enjoyed with a sauté of veal with morels
service
Livraison offert à partir de 350 euros
Paiement sécurisé
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