Domaine-Abbatucci-Generale-de-la-Revolution-Blanc-Corsica-2013

Domaine Abbatucci, Generale de la Revolution Blanc (Corsica), 2013

The [color is] pale yellow with green reflections, the powerful nose opens on very fresh notes where the aromas of white fruits of butter and citrus fruits accompany the mineral note. In the mouth, the freshness and acidity of this wine is balanced by its fat and richness. The aromatic persistence is long and very complex. The aromas of wood are discrete and highlight its minerality. -Winery Notes

Cuvées full name is “General de la Revolution: Jean-Charles Abbatucci” who was a military hero in the revolutionary french army during the revolution of 1789 and the years after. He became Brigadier General at age 25 and was killed that same year on the battlefield. His name is engraved as an “Officer of the Empire” on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Vinified in cuve, aged in older 600-L demi-muids. Vines are planted at a density of 3,500 vines per hectare, natural grass ground cover between each vineyard row. Biodynamic practices have been followed since 2000. All fruit is harvested by hand. -Importer’s Notes

Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D0536
Varietal: Other White Wines
Type: White
Country: France
Region: French Country
Winery: Domaine Abbatucci
UPC: 761503812957
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$94.95 $78.75
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$1,139.40 $945.00
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Size: F - 750 ml
Bin: D0536
Varietal: Other White Wines
Type: White
Country: France
Region: French Country
Winery: Domaine Abbatucci
UPC: 761503812957
Description

The [color is] pale yellow with green reflections, the powerful nose opens on very fresh notes where the aromas of white fruits of butter and citrus fruits accompany the mineral note. In the mouth, the freshness and acidity of this wine is balanced by its fat and richness. The aromatic persistence is long and very complex. The aromas of wood are discrete and highlight its minerality. -Winery Notes

Cuvées full name is “General de la Revolution: Jean-Charles Abbatucci” who was a military hero in the revolutionary french army during the revolution of 1789 and the years after. He became Brigadier General at age 25 and was killed that same year on the battlefield. His name is engraved as an “Officer of the Empire” on the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. Vinified in cuve, aged in older 600-L demi-muids. Vines are planted at a density of 3,500 vines per hectare, natural grass ground cover between each vineyard row. Biodynamic practices have been followed since 2000. All fruit is harvested by hand. -Importer’s Notes