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Winemakers: Zoé and Thierry Puzelat


Grapes: 90% Gamay, 10% Côt


Characteristics: Nose of rhubarb and fresh strawberries. On the palate the wine is sparkling with a lively acidity on the attack accompanying aromas of fennel, white pepper, strawberry and currant. A fresh and sharp wine to balance the high heat. Evolves on the gluttony with notes of caramel and almond 30min after opening.


Pairing: An afternoon under the dodger for a siesta or a game of pétanque


Aging: Drink young for 1 to 2 years


Alcohol: 14.23% Vol.


Cultivation: Purchase of organic grapes on 1 ha with a yield of 50-60 hl/ha on vines less than 15 years old


Vinification: Fermentation and aging for 8 months in fiber vats, SO2 0 to 1.5 g/hl


For the record: Grapes purchased on the vine from winegrowers in the Cher Valley in order to produce generic wines (White Wine, Red Wine and Rosé Wine) which are drunk in their prime, expressing the fruit: simple and honest wines, in the trajectory of a philosophy of thirst-quenching wines. Jean-Marie and Thierry Puzelat converted the estate to organic viticulture in 1996. And because being a winegrower means offering unique and digestible wines, since 1994, vinification has been carried out without oenological artifice. The harvest is manual to sort and keep only healthy and ripe grapes. No input is involved during the vinification. Only the addition of sulphites in very low doses can be used at bottling. Carried out without the addition of yeast, the vinifications are quite long.

Clos Tue-Boeuf - Vin Rosé du Tue-Boeuf - 2019

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