Informações de produto

Blanco dulce
14.6% vol.
100% Amigne

Avaliação dos peritos

The Wine Advocate:

Picked at 150° Oechsle, fermented and aged for two years in new barriques, the apricot colored 2014 Amigne de Vétroz Réserve Mitis Grain Noble opens with a very aromatic, almost tropical stone fruit, raisin and dark honey aroma on the nose, displaying mirabelle, peach, wholemeal, dried fruits and nougat/noisette notes. On the palate, this is a very elegant, finessed and stunningly light-footed Grain Noble with stunning acidity. Amigne is a grape with very small, thick-skinned berries similar to millerandage. This should go well with many dishes spiced with hazelnuts, pumpkin seed (oil), caramelized carrots, ginger and saffron flavors. - Stephan Reinhardt. 

James Suckling:

 Intense aromas of dried pears, peaches and caramel. Toffee, too. Fresh and focused. Full-bodied and very sweet. Layered and extremely intense. Long and crunchy. Beautiful. Drink or hold.