The Bourgogne Aligoté En Coulezain from the Les Horées winery is a French wine that comes from 100% Aligotè grapes. The grapes come from 30-year-old vines from a volnay plot.
An energetic white with apple and lemon aromas , ideal as an aperitif or to be enjoyed during a family lunch in combination with fish salads.
After the harvest 1/3 of the grapes are de-stemmed and macerated in 50-liter crates for 50 days while the remainder is pressed directly into whole bunches . Finally the wine ages for 6 months in wood , this Bourgogne Aligoté En Coulezain is neither clarified nor filtered.
The company was founded in 2019 by Catharina Sadde and her husband Guilhem. She, a former chef in love with wine, studied enology and viticulture and subsequently completed her experience in prestigious fields such as Domaine Comte de Vogue, Domaine de la Romanée Conti or the Domaine des Epeneaux. Catharina's philosophy is to work in the most ecological way possible and to use certain principles of biodynamics. In the cellar the vinifications take place without the addition of sulphites (except on Aligoté and Beaune for the 2019 vintage), and a very light dose of sulfur is added to the bottling. Catharina is working hard on the use of sulfur and how to one day produce wines without added sulfur. We are happy to present you its first vintage, with one certainty: here we are dealing with a future big name in Burgundy.
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