This wine has a stunning finesse and balance! A Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil that's all fruitiness and voluptuousness! Important! Treasure!
This is a real gem from Saint Nicolas de Bourgueil. The pleasure is immediate from the first nose. Abundant small red fruit, freshness and a sublime roundness on a palate of fruity crispness. The Cabernet Franc is just sublime. An ode to the appellation and to being ORGANIC! Go to characteristics
SAINT NICOLAS DE BOURGUEIL - IDEM 2020 - BERTRAND & VINCENT MARCHESSEAU
AB (organic wine)
Light and fruity red wine
Direct from bottle
To drink within 2 years
Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Deli meats, White meat, Barbecue, Worldwide Dishes, Cheese
Bertrand & Vincent MARCHESSEAU
Bertrand and Vincent Marchesseau took over the family estate in 2001. The estate has the particularity of being located in three appellations: Bourgueil (14 ha), Chinon (5 ha) and St Nicolas de Bourgueil (3 ha). The roles on the estate are well defined: vineyard work and vinification for Bertrand, maturing and trading for Vincent. Their differences allow them to be perfectly complementary and to bring together all the qualities that are essential to the winegrowing profession. Their philosophy in a few words: "...to know how to dare; but the difficulty is to dare with wisdom... Dare... organic farming. Our production philosophy is based on the search for constant quality thanks to a certain level of requirement, a permanent questioning, a rigorous work on the vineyard (analysis and work of the soil, grassing, thinning, leaf removal, sorting...), and this in the respect of the environment. From this point of view, organic farming is an obvious choice. The Bourgueil, Chinon and St Nicolas de Bourgueil appellations are produced from a single grape variety, Cabernet Franc. We produce different cuvées according to the terroir: "Roc' Collection" from clay-limestone slopes, "Funambule" on stony islands, "Poids plume" and "Rosé Shadocks" from gravel-sand terraces; with strong visual identities that make a lasting impression.