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Dom. Ragot Givry Premier Cru La Grande Berge 2015

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    Winemaker Notes

    Red cherry in color, this wine is fruity and full with very fine tannins.

    Pair with white meat, poultry, roasted red meats, small game, goat cheese, and cooked pasta.

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    Domaine Ragot Givry, France
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    The Ragot family have traced their wine growing history back to 1760 when Gabriel Ragot tended vines in Mercurey. About a century later, Louis Ragot established a property in Givry. There he not only grew grapes, but also a number of different crops and raised livestock. Two centuries after the Ragot family began their winemaking, they chose to abandon their other sources of income and focus solely on their five hectares of grapes. By 1973, all of the production on the property, having grown to 7 hectares, was sold in bottle around France. The name of the domaine changed from Ragot Freres to Domaine Ragot, and was run by cousins Jean-Paul and Jean-Pierre Ragot.

    After Jean-Pierre's death in 1991, Jean-Paul took sole control of the property. His son Nicolas, after studying winemaking in Beaune, entered the society in 2002. Large investments were made in the winery and vineyards the next year, with new tanks and an underground barrel room constructed and certain non-productive parcels replanted. Jean-Pierre retired in 2008, leaving his son Nicolas in sole control of the domaine. Of course retirement doesn't mean much to a French farmer, and Jean-Pierre can still be found in the vines or the cave.

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    Setting the standards for red wine production worldwide, France holds rank as the source of the world’s most popular red grape varieties. Famous for their elegance, grace and longevity, the red wines of France come in a variety of styles.

    Burgundy claims some of the most desirable vineyard real estate on the planet and remains a source of the world’s most coveted Pinot noir. A powerhouse producer of red wines based on Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot, Bordeaux sits on France’s western side, separated from the Atlantic Ocean by a coastal pine forest. The region’s mild, maritime climate and gravel-heavy soils are perfect for the production of highly structured, cellar-worthy red wines. In the south, the long and narrow Rhône River Valley produces full-bodied, flavorful reds. Syrah makes its home in the Northern Rhône where a continental climate and steep hillside vineyards create some of the best in the world. Southern Rhône’s Grenache-based blends easily charm most any wine enthusiast. For those after a more delicate red, the Loire Valley’s Cabernet Franc maintains a loyal line of followers.

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