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Gevery Chambert

In the 19th century, the prestige of Chambertin became such that, as early as 1847, the village of Gevrey took on the name of Gevrey-Chambertin. Ideally situated at the top of the slope, at the mouth of the vale of Lavaux, “Les Cazetiers” is one of the most reputed “Climats” of the appellation. In the 1855 classification, this parcel was even classified like the legendary Chambertin and Chambertin-Clos-de-Bèze.

Gewurztraminer Classic 2015

The spice of Alsace and one of Famille Hugel’s signature wines. It is both aromatic and extroverted through its floral and spicy notes. Gewurztraminer is an invitation to accompany a variety of spicy Asian dishes as well as smoked salmon and strong cheeses.

Grand Blanc De Blancs

APPEARANCE An abundance of fi ne bubbles. Delicately pale gold in colour.

NOSE A mineral and fl oral nose with aromas of blossom and white fruit, apricot and Mirabel plum punctuated with tangy citrus notes of lemon, quince jelly and honey.

PALATE This bright and well-structured champagne offers white fl owers mingled with lightly toasted notes. Harmonious silky palate.

PAIRING The fi nesse and elegance of this cuvée makes it a perfect aperitif. Its freshness lends itself to numerous pairings, notably with scallops, dressed crab, gougères, fi sh tartare, oysters, risotto with parmesan shavings, white meats, or a young, fruity Comté cheese, or Parmesan.

GRAND MILLÉSIME 2006

APPEARANCE A brilliant deep gold Champagne.

NOSE Exceedingly fresh and expressive on the nose, with hawthorn, lilac, and wild white blossom entwined with fruit notes such as pear and Mirabel plum.

PALATE Deliciously ample with superb vinocity. Subtle notes of vanilla, with an acidity and freshness to give perfect balance. Citrus aromas and tangy notes of lemon and grapefruit are complemented by pear and plum as well as dried fruits and fresh walnuts.

PAIRING This vintage is the perfect accompaniment to fi sh dishes such as line-caught sea bass baked in salt or scallops, but also complements slightly salty dishes such as salt marsh lamb and fresh goat’s cheese.

Grand rosé

APPEARANCE A soft swirl of rose petal pink with hints of salmon pink and cherry red highlights

NOSE The nose is unmistakeably strawberry – in all its forms from freshly picked to strawberry jam.

PALATE Well-structured, with a balance between the tension of the freshness and luscious red fruit dominance (wild strawberries and cream or coulis) softly envelop the palate, with a smooth, superbly fresh finish.

PAIRING The richness and sweetness of the wine make it an excellent match for Foie gras, wild salmon, fi sh and seafood tapas, grilled veal, poultry, as well as red and forest fruits such as strawberries,raspberries and blueberries.

Grande réserve

APPEARANCE Luminous and golden. NOSE Freshness and fruit aromas. The Chardonnay offers a delicacy underscored by aromas of yellow fruit such as peach and Mirabel plum. PALATE On the palate the Pinot Noir from Aÿ has a magnifi cent structure. Hawthorn and white blossom intertwine harmoniously, with a fi nely-honed acidity carried by notes of citrus.
PAIRING This champagne that is both delicate and tense, suave and assertive, is naturally versatile. A dual personality that complements elaborate cuisine with simplicity and grace. Savour with tapas, farm-reared chicken, oysters, langoustines, comté, parmesan…

Le Corton Grand Cru

The first traces of vineyards at Aloxe-Corton date back to the 2nd. Century B.C.. Later, Le Corton was to be the favorite wine of Charlemagne. In the 19th century, the writer, Guy de Maupassant contributed to its reputation by calling it the “roi des bons vivants” in his famous novel “Bel ami”. Corton is the only red Grand Cru on the Côte de Beaune and the only Grand Cru on the Côte d’Or to be divided into “sous-
climats”. “Le Corton” is the historic vineyard which gave the name to the Corton appellation.

PetIte douceur rosé

APPEARANCE Pretty salmon pink in colour with a magnifi cent mousse of fi ne bubbles.

NOSE Aromas of ripe strawberries, followed by raspberries. As the wine warms slightly, notes of quince, blood orange and Lemon Verbena develop on the fi nish.

PALATE Superbly balanced in the mouth with dominant notes of strawberry and raspberry, accompanied by pink grapefruit and lemon.

PAIRING The extra-dry fi nish makes it an ideal companion with desserts, sweet and sour dishes or as an accompaniment to afternoon tea. Excellent with raspberry or mandarin macaroons, small fruit tarts or a pink grapefruit sorbet or soufflé.

Pouilly Fuisse Vignes Romanes

The appellation Pouilly-Fuissé, the most prestigious in Mâcon, is appreciated the world over for its lively, silky, elegant wines. The name “Vignes Romanes”, an exclusivity of Bouchard Père & Fils, corresponds to the historic vineyards, in the heart of the appellation, from which this rare wine comes.

Puligny Montrach

The small village of Puligny-Montrachet shares with Chassagne, the finest white Grands Crus of Burgundy including the mythical Montrachet. It also has numerous Premiers Crus of renown like Chalumaux which has great distinction and remarkable aromatic persistence.

Riesling Classic 2015

This is the Famille Hugel signature wine. This dry Riesling stands out for its finesse and frankness and is the ideal partner to fish and seafood thanks to its wonderful balance and elegance.

Riesling GROSSI LAÜE 2013

Grossi Laüe signifies the finest vineyards in Alsace dialect and represents an equivalent to the German Grosses Gewächs or the Burgundian Grand Cru.

Vigne de l’Enfant Jesus

The name “Vigne de l’Enfant Jésus” refers to an old story. It is said that Marguerite du Saint Sacrement, the founding carmelite of the “Domestiques de la famille du Saint Enfant Jésus”, predicted the birth of the king of France, Louis XIV, although her mother, Anne of Austria, was sterile. On the birth of the future “Roi Soleil”, this exceptional vineyard which belonged to the Carmelites, took on the name “Vigne de l’Enfant Jésus”. In 1791, when all national property was sold, Bouchard Père & Fils put in a bid for the vineyard, situated in the heart of the 32 hectares of the Beaune Grèves appellation, of which it still has the monopoly today.