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This Grand Chemin from the Domaine Emile Balland is straight and specific.
It shows its authenticity thanks to its blackberries and blueberries notes.
Coteaux du Giennois
Garde 5 ans
Minéralité , Séduisant, Notes fruitées, Belle rondeur, Bouche équilibrée
Emile Balland Grand Chemin vintage has fruity notes of citrus and floral aromas. The balance is present in the mouth between fat and minerality that gives it a rather attractive complexity.
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Emile Balland pulls of his family roots his anchoring on both sides of the Loire, in the vineyards of Sancerre and of the Hillsides of Giennois.
On the left bank, Balland works as wine grower from father to son since 1650, to Bué, renowned village of the vineyard native of Sancerre. On the right bank, it is in the village of his wife, Bonny on the Loire, that the father of Emile largely contributed to make the naming be reborn Hillsides of Giennois at the beginning of 1980s.
Fallen in tanks any young, it is naturally that Emile chose to become a wine grower in turn. First of all by turning to studies of vine growing and oenology, then from 1999, by creating its own domain in the naming Hillsides of Giennois (just coming to reach the AOC).
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The vintage " While waiting for beautiful days " of the Domain Emile Balland is a vintage of survival for the wine grower Emile Balland who was hard touched by the gel in 2016 and 2017, the gel which decimated any hope of harvest in Coteaux du Giennois.