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Organic winemaking European organic winemaking regulations came into practice on 1st August 2012.
growing using biodynamics, using the sensitive crystallisation method and natural volcanic sulphur in winemaking Conversion 3 years 3 years (or less if certified according to EU organic regulations) NO Certification YES YES YES On the label « Organic wine » European organic Logo is mandatory (previous certification according to European organic regulations mandatory) «Demeter wine» or «Bio-dynamic wine» certified by Demeter or «Wine certified organic and controlled bio-dynamic» « AVN wine », « AVN wine no added sulphite » French “AB” organic farming logo optional For further details on the technical aspects of organic winemaking regulations, you can consult the dossier produced by the Agence Bio “Viticulture:
SUMMER WINEMAKING-CULTURE SCHOOL IN BURGUNDY June 21-27, 2015 (Registrations starting in March) The Summer Winemaking-Culture School in Burgundy is hosted by the University of Burgundy- Vine and Wine Institute "Jules Guyot"
100% Aligoté WINEMAKING : ... 100% Chardonnay WINEMAKING : ... 100% Chardonnay WINEMAKING :
All the work in the vineyard and winemaking process is done by hands, so I would like to say that our wine is an artistic handmade work.
Our aim is to visit a selection of almost fifteen winemaking countries and eventually write a book in French about it.
In the middle of the XVIII century, the property belonged to Gabriel Ferrière, illustrious member of the court of Louis XV. It remained in the fami‐ ly until 1914, when it was sold to Armand Feuillerat, the owner of Chateau Marquis de Terme, another Grand Cru Classé of Margaux. From 1952, the property was rented and the operations were directed by Alexis Lichine. The wine was vinified at Chateau Lascombes. In 1988, the Villars family bought the vineyards and the château, but the long term rent only ended in 1992. The family then took over the operations of the vineyard and winemaking. With its 16 hectares of vineyards, Chateau Ferriere has one of the smallest property of the Grands Crus Classés in 1855. Today, Claire Villars‐ Lurton is at the origin of this revival. She works with the greatest fineness and succeeded to reveal in her wine the exceptional terroir of Chateau Ferriere. Owner Claire VILLARS LURTON Production manager Gérard FENOUILLET Winemaking consultant Jacques BOISSENOT Surface of the wineyard 16 hectares Soil Plantation Average age of vineyard Density Yield Growing Harvest Vinification Fermentation on skins Blending Aging Deep gravels on limestone substrate 65 % cabernet sauvignon, 30 % merlot, 5 % cabernet franc 45 years 10 000 plants/ha 700 g/plant Traditional‐Integrated wine growing management Hand picking Traditional in concrete and wooden vats, whose volumes are proportional to the plots 19 to 24 days 68 % cabernet sauvignon, 30 % merlot, 2 % cabernet franc In oak barrels during 18 months. 40 % of new oak Second wine Les Remparts de Ferrière Conservation 10 to 30 years CHARACTERISTICS OF THE VINTAGE TASTING In 2012 , Spring was particular difficult and the weather became The nose shows some blackcurrant, vanilla and hint of wood. favorable from mid‐July. Indeed, the winter was very cold and dry , On the palate, the typical nice freshness of Château Ferrière and with a significant rainfall deficit . The Merlots sagged and their yields some power. The wine has great potential and will need time to were low. The control of fungal diseases were possible thanks to the prophylaxis and healthy vines. Finally, the favorable temperatures in reveal itself. July helped to recover the delays. And the rains of September drove to the evolution of the skin and accelerated the ripening. SCORES The distribution of the bunches on the plant ( low yields ) and the sane status of the vineyard, added to a rigorous sorting of the ber‐ Vinum – 18 René Gabriel – 17 ries were capital to optimize the quality of this difficult vintage. The James Suckling – 90/91 Decanter – 16,75 Merlots had a remarkable flesh and the Cabernets Sauvignon were both sweet and rich of elegance. Wine spectator – 88/91 Château Ferrière– 33 bis rue de la Trémoille 33460 Margaux / Tél : 05 57 88 76 65 / Fax : 05 57 88 98 33 / Email : email@example.com
TURIN ARTISSIMA OENOLOGY GASTRONOMY TRILOGY OF PLEASURE Just in time for truffle season, this first edition will take us to Turin for a few days to experience Italian art, gastronomy and winemaking.
17 Under the leadership of the Loire winemakers’ interprofessional association, InterLoire, and in partnership with the tourism and winemaking marketing board, 300 wine cellars have committed to a quality approach to receiving visitors in their cellars.
Organic, biodynamic and natural wine These three denominations tend towards a more natural way of growing grapes and winemaking using traditional methods and working closer to nature.
Bordeaux, France AOC Médoc 49% Merlot – 46% Cabernet Sauvignon 5% Petit Verdot 25 hectares Gravel and sand 15 to 30 years Winemaking Viticulture:
02 02 77 XX This PP aims at supporting a technical and economic feasibility study for the creation of a European network aimed at enhancement of landscape, natural, historical, cultural and winemaking.
Guided by the richness and singularity of the Alentejo’s wine culture we recovered the winemaking tradition of a historical wine, unique in the country and the world - Talha wine.
“These labelling problems mean both that wines can be sold abroad with labels that falsely suggest that they are from well known and highly-regarded winemaking regions in the U.S., and that American consumers may be victims of deceptive wine labelling,” said NCL executive director Sally Greenberg.
Today the château has 11 hectars of vineyards spread over the hillsides of Cremat, St Sauveur and Saquier producing red, white and rosé wines with the highest respect of the local winemaking traditions.
Châtea hâteau au de Julién uliénas én nas Châtea hâteau âtea au de Julién uliénas nas S I N C E 1 D E 5 8 2 P U SPES MEA DEUS I S 1 5 8 2 SPES MEA DEUS VISITES DÉC DÉCOUVERTES OUVERTES Dating from the 13th century century, nturyy,, when it was owned by the Lords Lords of Beaujeu, Château de Juliénas has always been a winemaking estate.
16.75 (89) Recommended £16 Myliko Wines, www.myliko.co.uk A property that I often select out of a lineup, confident winemaking, where they are happy to extract fruit and tannins but know when to stop.
With head offices in Hong Kong and regional representation in Japan, Korea, North America and Europe was established to service the wine industry with the production of a wide variety of unique wines made in several parts of the world by an award winning winemaking team.
The contest is organised by the “Neovinum” staff (cellar and winemaking Discovery Centre).
Besides, pressing fractioning is a crucial winemaking step in order to separate different grape juice qualities .
However, increasingly sophisticated manipulation of sugar and chemical composition in winemaking may overcome this limitation, creating conservation concerns in these high biodiversity areas.
are ready to share their passion for winemaking with you and offer tastings of their wines.