Father’s Day arrives on this June 17th, 2018, and it’s never obvious to find the ideal gift. Wine turns out to be a sensible choice but how to make a choice as high as him desires? What bottles of Grand Crus and which wines vintage to choose to be sure to please your father? Here are some recommendations from Chez Greg’s stores in Prague for Father’s day, which have to be drunk without moderation!
Costières de Nimes- La Pinède :
Very popular red wine from the Rhône Valley. Dense purple colour with purple highlights. Red fruit compote on the nose, mixed with a touch of spice. Full and harmonious palate, ripe fruit and silky tannins, good length, very aromatic. Recommended for Father’s day!
Bourgogne Chardonnay :
Excellent Chardonnay from the South of Bourgogne. Very refined with notes of white flowers. Round and delicate in the mouth with nice aromas of yellow peach. Fine structure with a polished acidity, which lends freshness and purity.
Colombelle Rosé :
This light rosé comes alive with notes of red berries and wild strawberries included. This refreshing rosé also has some cherry notes, a hint of caramel, and an overall smooth, fruity finish. There are some herbal notes, too, which work well with its medium acidity. The freshness of this aromatic rosé presents itself as a proper aperitif, or a beverage to counterpoint the umami of tomato-based dishes and complement green salads.
Champagne J.M. Tissier Eclat de Terroir Brut :
Bright color with golden glitters and very fine bubbles. Discreet nose from the start then it opens up intensive aroma of ripe fruits and honey. Rounded and powerful mouth with a beautiful harmony between fruits and buttery notes in the end. Also available in 0.375 L, 1.5 L, 3 L. Perfect to celebrate Father’s Day.
Crémant de Bourgogne Brut- Geiswiller :
Pale gold hue with silver tints and very fine bubbles. Lovely nose on citrus fruits; peel and brioche gives to this wine its charm and harmony. Ambrosial mouth with notes of blackberry and blackcurrant. Long finish on nougat flavour. Delicate aperitif indeed! A sparkling wine without ruining itself for the Father’s Day