Gamaret Coeur de Clémence

Gamaret Coeur de Clémence

Red wine, 75 cl, Geneva, Switzerland, 2017AOC Genève, La Cave de Genève
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Category
Red wine
Grape varieties
Notes
The Gamaret grape variety originated in Switzerland from Gamay and Reichensteiner. The powerful wine, is characterized by soft, silky tannins, which contribute to roundness and personality. The aromas are reminiscent of blackberry, blueberry and cassis. The long finish finishes on spicy notes.
Accompanying
warm summer evenings as well as with game dishes
Vinification
10-12 Mt. in Barrique from french Oak aged.
Alcohol
13.5 %
Format
75 cl
Variety sheet
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Producer

LA CAVE DE GENèVE
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The eventful and great history of La Cave de Genève begins at the end of the First World War. In 1929, a few winegrowers from the Arve et Lac region founded a cooperative. It bore the name La Cave de la Souche and united around 50 members. It was from this group that the first Swiss Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) was born. From 1933 the cooperative was called La Cave de Mandement. In 1948, the Vin Union began operating. Its activities included all oenological tasks, product design and sales. In 1970, the company processed almost 80 percent of the total Geneva production. The main business was the transformation of grapes into wine and its sale. The cooperative received the grapes for pressing immediately after the harvest. Since 2007, Cave de Genève SA has been located in Satigny, the largest wine-growing community in Switzerland. In our search for a Geneva vineyard, we were absolutely delighted with the la Clémence barrique line. The name la Clémence, by the way, is derived from the 6238 kilogram bell in the cathedral of St. Pierre, which has protected the population of Geneva from demons and other evil beings since 1407.

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