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Vin Jean Bourdy Château Chalon 1947 13,7% - 62cl

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One day Napoleon said to the Prince of Metternich: “You really serve the best wine in the world here [Johannisberg]!”. Reacting to this comment, the prince stated that “the best wine in the world doesn't come from here on the Johannisberg [Johannes mountain], but rather from a small town in your kingdom named Château Chalon.”

Firstly, the wine should be opened three to four hours before it is to be consumed, in order to let its diver range of flavors awaken. French connoisseurs recommend decanting the wine as well. It's also important to know that vin jaune should be consumed warmer than a typical white wine. It is best served at between 15° and 17° Celsius and therefore just a bit under room temperature. With which dishes should I serve Vin Jaune? Trout, poultry, smoked fish (like haddock for example) with an accompanying cream sauce, are all wonderfully complimented by Château Chalon. This rare wine is also uniquely suited to complimented Asian or Oriental dishes that contain curry spices. Jean Bourdy recommends consuming Château Chalon with foie gras, scallops, and lobster. We also recommend, however, that you enjoy this special wine on its own – accompanied by some Comté cheese and a few walnuts – in order to let the unique aromas affect you. If you don't have Comté cheese available to you, good substitutes are Gruyère, an old Gouda cheese, or another old, Dutch hard cheese.

Firstly, the wine should be opened three to four hours before it is to be consumed, in order to let its diver range of flavors awaken. French connoisseurs recommend decanting the wine as well. It's also important to know that vin jaune should be consumed warmer than a typical white wine. It is best served at between 15° and 17° Celsius and therefore just a bit under room temperature. With which dishes should I serve Vin Jaune? Trout, poultry, smoked fish (like haddock for example) with an accompanying cream sauce, are all wonderfully complimented by Château Chalon. This rare wine is also uniquely suited to complimented Asian or Oriental dishes that contain curry spices. Jean Bourdy recommends consuming Château Chalon with foie gras, scallops, and lobster. We also recommend, however, that you enjoy this special wine on its own – accompanied by some Comté cheese and a few walnuts – in order to let the unique aromas affect you. If you don't have Comté cheese available to you, good substitutes are Gruyère, an old Gouda cheese, or another old, Dutch hard cheese.

Firstly, the wine should be opened three to four hours before it is to be consumed, in order to let its diver range of flavors awaken. French connoisseurs recommend decanting the wine as well. It's also important to know that vin jaune should be consumed warmer than a typical white wine. It is best served at between 15° and 17° Celsius and therefore just a bit under room temperature. With which dishes should I serve Vin Jaune? Trout, poultry, smoked fish (like haddock for example) with an accompanying cream sauce, are all wonderfully complimented by Château Chalon. This rare wine is also uniquely suited to complimented Asian or Oriental dishes that contain curry spices. Jean Bourdy recommends consuming Château Chalon with foie gras, scallops, and lobster. We also recommend, however, that you enjoy this special wine on its own – accompanied by some Comté cheese and a few walnuts – in order to let the unique aromas affect you. If you don't have Comté cheese available to you, good substitutes are Gruyère, an old Gouda cheese, or another old, Dutch hard cheese.

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Firstly, the wine should be opened three to four hours before it is to be consumed, in order to let its diver range of flavors awaken. French connoisseurs recommend decanting the wine as well. It's also important to know that vin jaune should be consumed warmer than a typical white wine. It is best served at between 15° and 17° Celsius and therefore just a bit under room temperature. With which dishes should I serve Vin Jaune? Trout, poultry, smoked fish (like haddock for example) with an accompanying cream sauce, are all wonderfully complimented by Château Chalon. This rare wine is also uniquely suited to complimented Asian or Oriental dishes that contain curry spices. Jean Bourdy recommends consuming Château Chalon with foie gras, scallops, and lobster. We also recommend, however, that you enjoy this special wine on its own – accompanied by some Comté cheese and a few walnuts – in order to let the unique aromas affect you. If you don't have Comté cheese available to you, good substitutes are Gruyère, an old Gouda cheese, or another old, Dutch hard cheese.



À partir de 18 ans. Ce produit contient de l'alcool et ne peut être vendu à des personnes de moins de 18 ans. Par conséquent, votre âge légal sera vérifié lors du processus de commande. "L'abus d'alcool est dangereux pour la santé. À consommer avec modération.
  • Distillerie / Marque : Jean Bourdy
  • Millésime: 1947
  • Type de produit: Vin
  • Description: Chateau Chalon
  • Pays d'origine: France
  • Type du vin: Vin jaune
  • Responsable de la mise sur le marché: Jean Bourdy, 41 Rue Saint-Vincent, 39140 Arlay, FR
  • Quantité nette: 62cl
  • Taux d'alcool: 13,7% vol
  • Allergènes: Contient des sulfites
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Distillerie / Marque: Jean Bourdy
Température de service: 15° - 17° (Celsius)
Millésime: 1947
Région: Arlay, Jura
Type de produit: Vin
Marque: Jean Bourdy
Description: Chateau Chalon
Pays d'origine: France
Designation du vin: Château-Chalon
Type du vin: Vin jaune
Bouchon: Bouchon en liege
Région viticole: Jura, France
Responsable de la mise sur le marché: Jean Bourdy, 41 Rue Saint-Vincent, 39140 Arlay, FR
Quantité nette: 62cl
Taux d'alcool: 13,7% vol
Allergènes: Contient des sulfites

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Le Domaine Jean Bourdy est un vignoble très ancien du Jura, le pays du vin jaune. Fondée en 1579, l'entreprise familiale a une très longue histoire dans le domaine du vin. Aujourd'hui c'est déjà la 15ème génération de Bourdy qui dirige ce domaine. La famille Bourdy ne fait du vin qu'avec ses propres vignes dans l'optique de garantir une qualité exceptionnelle. Le domaine Bourdy est en culture et production bio dynamique et a été récompensée du badge Demeter pour ses standards bio en 2010.
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