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Cuvée Hugo 2014

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Marque: Domaine Pichard
Appellation: Madiran AOC
Millésime: 2014
Nom de Cuvée: Cuvée Hugo
Cépage: 100% Tannat
Sol/Climat: Sols de gros galets roulés et d’argiles à gravettes. Climat de Piémont pyrénéen. Exposition plein sud en haut d’un coteau face aux Pyrénées.
Vinification: Vinifications parcellaires en cuves thermo-régulées pour une gestion optimale des fermentations avec de délicats pigeages pendant 15 à 20 jours. Elevage en foudres de chêne et barriques durant 24 à 36 mois pour assurer une complexité aromatique optimale. La mise en bouteille se fait au domaine.
Robe: Teinte grenat profonde
Nez: Nez riche qui évoque des notes de fruits mûrs, de cèdre et de menthol
Bouche: Une bouche à la fois puissante et tendre; un vrai coup de poing dans un gant de velours.
Conseils de dégustation: -
Accord mets et vins: Magret de canard
Certification bio: En conversion Bio
Degré d’alcool: 14.0% Vol.

A wonderfully modern vintage, which combines all the attributes conferred by the exceptional site and terroir of the vineyard. A special wine endowed by great definition, depth and a multi-layered presence. A complex and more feminine wine with floral notes.

Official designation: Madiran AOC

Year: 2014

Vintage: Cuvée Hugo

Grape variety: 100% Tannat

Soil/Climate:Clay soil with large pebble stones located on a steep hillside entirely surrounded by woodland south facing the Pyrenées.

Continental climate at the foothills of the Pyrenées

Vinification: Plot per plot vinification initially in concrete thermo regulated vats; natural fermentation with delicate punching down during 15 to 20 days; aging in oak casks and barrels for 24 months for optimal aromatic complexity. Bottling at the estate

Visual: dark and intense garnet colour

Nose: rich nose revealing ripe fruits, cedar wood and menthol

Tasting: a powerful, complex and tender mouth. A real punch in a velvet glove

Open several hours before consumption and consider decanting. Best consumed at room temperature 16C.

Food for thought: Crispy duck breast, meat stews and navarins, wild boar and traditional game dishes. Cheese platter and dark chocolate cake.

Rewards: Gold medal winner London Wine Competition 2019 91 points

Alcohol : 14.0% Vol.

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