EnsoVallée de la Marne - Bouquigny
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Serving and food pairingsServed in a well-turned flûte, this Cuvée Enso will seduce us at around 10 degrees.
Its ambivalence and the power of its finish make it ideal for 'land-sea' gastronomic pairings of character.
Oysters au gratin, monkfish with pancetta, an eel with garlic, a fish sauerkraut...
Visual analysisThe colour of this Cuvée is delicate, a very light golden green. The effervescence, extremely fine, calm and regular, creates a sort of nebula.
The whole creates a feeling of serenity tinged with mystery.
Olfactory analysisThe first nose is floral and fruity.
It releases scents of white flowers (lily of the valley), white peach and fresh herbs (mint, thyme). It is a sophisticated nose that evokes sunny spring afternoons.
After aeration, it is the garden that opens its doors to us with rennet apple, rhubarb, root vegetables (turnip, celery).
The expression is very evolutionary and evocative.
Taste analysisThe first impression on the palate is soft and tender, then the wine quickly becomes tense and full.
This sensation is confirmed throughout the tasting. We have a lot of matter, concentration, on an acid and iodine structure with a lot of personality. The effervescence remains in the background, while the dosage timidly shows its nose.
The whole generates a double texture, silky at first, then much richer and more full-bodied, evoking taffeta.
The finalThe finish is very long (about 10 seconds of persistence) and savoury.
Well in line with the palate, it accentuates the mineral sensation with a marked 'chewiness' and a saline note.
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