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Cavesa le CAVE, le club des amateurs de vins exquis
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Tout ce qui flotte, Maurice Zufferey & Jacques Perrin - 2018

A magical place clinging to the slope, under the cliff of the Ardévaz in Leytron, an entirely manual organic viticulture. This wine is the last harvest of this impossible vineyard (since replanted with the help of M.Th. Chappaz) which delivers here its last secrets: an incredible wine with an almost Burgundian nose, black fruits, laurel, rose. A full-bodied, continuous and tasty wine with a complex finish. Red humagne at its most incandescent.
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Viticulture

Everything that floats (in the air and is reflected in it will be found in your wine) is an extract from a poem by Rilke, who found the Valais a land of choice. This cuvée is therefore an indirect tribute to this immense poet who lived his last years in Muzot. The aim here is to select vines located in the best areas cultivated with respect for the balance of the plant and the integrity of the fruit and, of course, with limited yields (around 500 g per m2). All the steps have been optimised with the sole objective of extreme quality! 300 bottles produced.

Oenology

Hand-picking of the best bunches, in 8 kg crates to avoid compacting the grapes. Sorting table at the reception of the harvest with 10 people. Removal of the pedicels. Partial destemming (by hand). For these two stages (harvest and sorting table), it is necessary to count 100 hours of work for 500 kg of grapes. Vinification of whole grapes without yeasting. Very light punching down of the cap, followed by a very precise twelve-month maturation in very fine-grained stave oak barrels produced by a small cooper in Burgundy.

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Pheasant salad with boletus - Game - Veal quasi with chestnuts.

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