Chateau Henye 2000 - Chateau Henye Tokaji Aszueszencia 500 ml.
Varietal: Furmint; Muscat
Size: 500 ml.
Wonderful Tokaji wines are well known in the world for its unique personality, acquired due to the ability of growers and winemakers. Among connoisseurs of Tokaj wines were Polish kings, Russian and Austrian emperors. At Chateau Henye(Chateau Hene) under the control of hereditary winemakers from France Patrick d'Olana try to stick to the centuries-old traditions. Collection affected noble mold botrytis grape varieties Furmint Harshevelyu and used for the manufacture of legendary wines begins in late autumn. Zaizyumlennye fruit called Aszu (Assou) carefully removed by hand and placed in wooden trays to 25 pounds - Puttonen, which for 7 days under its own weight grape juice concentrate highlights. Then the juice is drained and pressed grapes are added in specially prepared dry wine, which serves as the foundation for the future of the beverage. Fermentation takes place in 140-liter barrels, its duration depends on the number Puttonen. Until cooked wine is not less than 3 years aged in oak barrels. "Tokai Assou puttonosh 3"has a delicious flavor and unique, rich fruit flavor, can be a wonderful gift for the real admirers of Tokaj wines. Since the late 80s of the last century in the Hungarian wine, foreign investors started coming. Enterprising manufacturers, mainly from France, began to acquire vineyards and wineries upgrade. It was at this time Patrick d'Olan - owner of two wineries in Bordeaux (Chateau Valrose and Chateau Sansonnet) - create a similar venture in Hungary. The Chateau is located at the foot of an extinct volcano near the center of the region Tokaj wine region. On lands rich in clay and sedimentary volcanic rocks, cultivated local grape varieties, of which, starting from the middle of the XVII century and created the famous Tokaj wine. Chateau Henye known not only Assou wines, but great wines of Tokaj, made from late harvested grapes when the beverage base is not wine and grape must. The process of vinification is made in the traditional classical technology.