Pouilly-Fuissé Tête de Cru Les Perrières

Domaine Ferret

Pouilly-Fuissé Tête de Cru Les Perrières play

Region: France / Burgundy / Poully-Fuissé

Les Perrières is situated on a sloping southeast exposure just above the Le Clos parcel, and has limestone and young clay soils. The vines are an average of 35 years old. The wine is fermented in oak barrels before further barrel maturation, a part of it on the lees.

89-91 Points

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2015 vintage
90-92 Points

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2014 vintage
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tasting note

Opens with floral and spice notes on the nose and palate. A generous, creamy mouthfeel complements a nice ripeness and intense richness. The wine is ample, smooth and well balanced, with a vivid, spicy finish. With age, it will gain in richness and fully reveal itself.

food pairing

An outstanding companion to poultry and raw fish.

points of distinction

  • After WW II, Ferret was the first domaine in Pouilly-Fuissé to move from bulk production to estate bottling, for greater quality.
  • One of the few top producers in Pouilly-Fuissé for decades, Ferret was among the first to vinify parcels separately.
  • Têtes de Cru and Cuvée Hors-Classe are higher classifications within the appellation currently under consideration by the INAO.
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“Wine is the most beautiful and noble form of expression.”

– Audrey Braccini, Winemaker

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