Buzet - Domaine Courège-Longue - 2015
This red wine is made from three grape varieties: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot.
This Buzet has a pretty deep ruby color with purple and purple reflections.
The nose is elegant and fine with spicy, floral and toasted notes. The mouth is round and well balanced, tending towards a peppery finish. The tannins are fine and crisp.
Livraison 48h-72h ouvrés
Emballage certifié et agréé
Food and wine pairing: Red meat, white meat, game, poultry and cheese.
Taste: Fruity and balanced wine.
Volume of alcohol: 12.5%
The Estate and the Vineyard
This red wine of controlled Buzet designation of origin was born from the alliance of 70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc and 15% Cabernet-Sauvignon. It is bottled at the Domaine, at Débat 47230 Feugarolles.
This small estate, created in 2010 by David SAZI, took off in 2012 and decided to switch to organic farming. The domain Courège-longue, dominates the valley of the Garonne, as well as the plots of gravel, gravel clay - sandy.
This cuvée comes from a gravel terroir with clay-sand matrix. The harvests are manual , the traditional vinification. 50% is raised in concrete tank, 50% in barrel, for 12 months, then 6 to 12 months in concrete tank.
Its ruby and purple colour reveals delicate red fruit aromas with silky, melting and intoxicating tannins.
- Sud Ouest
- AOP Buzet
- Domaine Courège - Longue
- Volume d'alcool
- 75 cl
- Conseils de service
- Entre 16 et 18°C
- Conseils de conservation
- Entre 5 et 10 ans
- Merlot, Cabernet Franc et Cabernet Sauvignon