Tasting Notes :
Intense colour for a generous wine coming from famous Clos des Avaux. Vibrant dark fruit on the nose. Balanced acidity make for an impressive cuvée with firm structure at the finish.
Food Pairing :
Caraway risotto or lightly spiced risotto. Lamb skewers or Brie de Meaux creamy cheese.
The name Les Avaux derives from the place names Vaux or Val, designating a depression in the hillside at this spot. Before the French Revolution, these vines belonged to the Hospice de la Charité. Vineyards planted in the 1980’s or older, make up 42% of the Cuvée.
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