Exploring a Star Micro-Negociant in Burgundy - Episode 7 - Wine Terroir I The Red Wines of Burgundy

Exploring a Star Micro-Negociant in Burgundy - Episode 7 - Wine Terroir I The Red Wines of Burgundy


Exploring a Star Micro-Negociant in Burgundy - Episode 7 - Wine Terroir I The Red Wines of Burgundy. Find more at: Please Subscribe to Us: This video is for Exploring a Star Micro-Negociant in Burgundy - Episode 7 - Wine Terroir I The Red Wines of Burgundy. Robert Vernick is a certified wine geek. In this video a certified wine geek talks about Negociant in Burgundy,Exploring a Star Micro,Burgundy wine,The Red Wines of Burgundy. To watch this video you can know about bourgogne rouge,burgundy wine (wine style),Star Micro Negociant in Burgundy,Exploring Burgundy wine,chantereves bourgone. In today’s episode, we are going to explore a star Micro-Negociant in Burgundy. The wines that I am going to review today are entry-level wines and I simply love such wines, as they represent the producer’s style. The first one is Bourgogne Blanc (Chardonnay), which has a medium-lemon color and lemon-custard and yogurt notes. The sweetness is dry, the palate intensity is medium+ and alcohol is medium, it is really subtle. I would say that it is tasty and the energy of the wine is quite nice. The other one is Bourgogne Rouge (Pinot Noir), you can check its review in the video. Maison Chantereves have created good wines and the two in the video reflect their soul and passionate wine making style. So, check it out and don’t forget to subscribe. Follow me on Social Media: Instagram : Twitter : Facebook: Some our most popular Uploaded: Exploring the Wines of Mt Etna Part 2 - Episode 14 - Wine Terroir The King of Beaujolais - Episode 4 - Wine Terroir Exploring Pet Nat - Episode 1 - Wine Terroir Luma Monteiro talks about Tannins and Alocohol in Wine - Episode 16 - Wine Terroir 0:03.0 welcome to episode 7 of wine terroir in today's episode we're going to be talking about one of my favorite up-and-coming producers in Burgundy Shanta reeves they are a micro negotiate and they are kicking ass okay so we're talking about burgundy and today we're actually tasting two wines from a micro negotiate named shunter Yves and let's start off with Mike Rinder goes jaunt so micro obviously meeting small but a negotiate is essentially a wine merchant 0:53.6 which has its roots in Burgundy which historically have basically bought grapes or must or actual wines from different areas that are or even juice and have either blended them together or bottle them individually on their own under their own label and sold them as theirs this is quite common since I'll you have a lot of growers in certain regions but not necessarily a lot of merchants and so this is something that has a lot of roots and sometimes these 1:27.1 negotiations can actually own their own vines and you see this in champagne and to some extent Bordeaux and but really see it a lot in Burgundy and these guys are a very small winemaking husband-and-wife combination Tomoko Kuriyama who studies Japanese but studied at the guys in Heim in Germany Wine Institute and also her husband Geum bought who's also worked at a lot of major places in Burgundy and so this is their sort of side project so it's small they don't make a lot of wine and they don't own these vines they 2:07.9 basically source grapes from places in Volnay and all across Burgundy Pommard I think they have as well I forget what their whites are if they were I think there was a there's a Pellini that they know or say that they make as well and so they they can bottle they'll bottle them they will they will they'll make the wine they will store it and raise it or have it know and then they will figure out exactly how it's made this is their entry level both these wines retail for about $30 this is a 2015 vintage which is a quite 2:45.2 prolific vintage not as kind of airy and light and elegant as the 2014's in general but the Dozen 15 is a is a great buy in general I'd like an entry level one because it represents usually the wine makers style at the at the most basic form they will procure or or blend together grapes that they deem representative of their style and as you start to go up the food chain of their offering into either as designate vineyards or Premier Cru or Grand Cru 3:18.8 sites in Burgundy usually you start to marry that terroir that was from that specific site with their style and so that's why you can have you can basically see like a thread that's carried through all their wines so first off we have Mason hunter Reeves 2015 Borbon Blanc Chardonnay maybe a touch two-fold we'll see okay so on the color I'm getting a pail and a medium medium lemon color medium Please don't forget to LIKE,COMMENT,SHARE our video and SUBSCRIBE our channel to:
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