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BioNo chemical inputs used in the vineyard and winery; reduced doses of sulphurBiodyRevitalisation of the soil and the natural defences of the vine by using natural inputs and energy; ultra-reduced doses of sulphur
La Croix Boissée is a cuvée made from old vines between 50 and 60 years of age Cabernet Franc planted on terroirs limestone by meticulously respecting the principles of organic and biodynamic agriculture.
The grapes of La Croix Boissée are harvested manuallyThe grapes are de-stemmed, destemmed and then macerated for 30 to 40 days in wooden vats and then fermented only with indigenous yeasts. The wine is then aged for 24 months in oak barrels of 500 litres before being bottled without gluing or filtration.
La Croix Boissée reveals aromas of black fruits, caféand undergrowth and delicate smoky notes. The mouth is powerfulwith a lot of substance and roundness.
This wine will go wonderfully with rather powerful meat such as lamb, lamb casserole or roast beef. If it can be drunk now after just a few hours, it will improve in your cellar over the next 10 years.
Domaine Béatrice and Pascal Lambert - Cravant les Coteaux (37)
The Domaine de Béatrice et Pascal Lambert is located in Cravant les Coteaux, a few kilometres from Chinon in the Loire Valley. Anxious to respect the identities of the different terroirs as much as possible, the biodynamics has naturally imposed itself on the estate in order to create a harmony between the plant, its soil, and its environment.
Today, the estate covers 18 hectares in Cravant les Coteaux and Chinon where the region's emblematic grape varieties are grown: the cabernet franc for reds and rosés and chenin for white people.