Falfas Le Chevalier

This powerful red wine will benefit from decanting. It releases aromas of vanilla, pepper, cocoa, blackberry and blackcurrant with hints of kirsch and prunes. This is a well-structured, silky and elegant wine that goes well with roast beef, lamb, roast poultry, duck breast and duck confit.

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  • FOOD PAIRING: RED MEATS
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  • FOOD PAIRING: CHEESES

₱ 5,390.00 ₱ 5,390.00 5390.0 PHP

₱ 4,812.50

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₱ 5,390.00 ₱ 5,390.00 5390.0 PHP

₱ 4,812.50

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Product-Type: Wine
Vintage: 2008 2009 2011 2012 2014
Country: France
Region: Bordeaux
Estate: Chateau Falfas
Appellation: AOC Cotes de Bourg
Type: red
Fermentation: Natural
Style: Structured & Powerful
Blend/Grape Variety: cabernet franc cabernet sauvignon merlot
Volume: 750 ml
Alcohol: 13.00%
Wine-Making Process: Biodynamic
Price Point: 2,001 and above
FOOD PAIRING: RED MEATS: Grilled
FOOD PAIRING: POULTRY / PORK / VEAL: Grilled
FOOD PAIRING: CHEESES: Hard Aged Cheeses (cow, sheep)

Winery

Bordeaux, France: Chateau Falfas

Château Falfas is a Biodynamic estate vineyard and winery in the Côtes de Bourg AOC on the right bank of the Bordeaux region. It was bought in 1989 by John Cochran, an American lawyer based in Paris, and his wife Véronique. They converted Falfas to Biodynamic practices (certified by the Syndicat International des Vignerons en Culture Bio-Dynamique or SIVCBD). Falfas has been certified Biodynamic to the Demeter Biodynamic standard since 1989. It is a founder member the SIVCBD, France’s first group of certified Biodynamic wine-growers, and whose logo is “Biodyvin”.

This is traditional in the best sense, with hand picking, fermentation in small cement vats after a short cold maceration, pressing in a manually operated vertical wooden basket press and ageing in barrels for a proportion of the blend. Some reserve wines are also kept back, in large oval-shaped oak foudres, allowing the tannins to soften so that these lots can be added to the main blend in small proportions as a seasoning.

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