Story

Terroir
Situated on plots of land at an altitude of between 50 and 105 metres, and on hard Jurassic limestone soils, the vineyard of the "Ecclesia" cuvée is one of the best terroirs of this Saumur Puy Notre Dame appellation. The fine selection of grapes by berry tasting and the specific terroir of this cuvée give it structure, power and elegance.
Vinification
Selection of grapes in the vineyard by berry tasting. Traditional vinification. Destemming of the harvest, long maceration and gentle extraction.
Varietals
Cabernet franc : 100%

Advice

Serving
Serve between 14-16°C.
Tasting notes
Deep colour with purple tints. This wine has a powerful, complex nose, dominated by notes of black fruit (cherry, blackcurrant, blackberry), chocolate and spices. The palate is fleshy and powerful, opening with firm, coated tannins. Persistent finish with notes of kirch cherry.
Food and wine pairings
It goes well with fish in sauce, roasted poultry, grilled meat and red meat.