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||88-91 Pts Allen Meadows - Burghound||Size:||750ML
88-91 Pts Allen Meadows - Burghound
"This is the first wine to display any appreciable level of reduction and it's enough to mask the fruit. There is both good density and punch to the delicious and lightly stony middle weight flavors that possess fine intensity on the saline, balanced and agreeably dry finish. A quality example of the appellation."
"The Thibert Family has been winegrower's for several generations, Andree & Rene Thibert founded their own Domaine in 1967 (2.50 Ha). Situated within the heart of the village fuisse in a residence dating back to the early 19th century it incorporates cellar's/wine-tasting and production/storage of the wine in a beautiful Historical setting! Sandrine and Christophe their children have decided to work on their company in 1991 and 1999. Year by year their vineyard has expanded. Actually, Domaine Thibert Pere & Fils represent 22 hectares of all the appellation of Maconnais area (South of Burgundy)." - Importer
"Use of natural & traditional techniques for erosion control, weed management & limited usage of chemicals since 1998. Winemaking & aging occur in stainless steel & French oak barrels with a turnover from 10 to 15% annually. The wine is made in temperature controlled fermentation. There is minimum or no filtration." - Importer