Le Lézard Rouge 2019, Badoux

£41.41
13 in Yorkshire Cellar for immediate delivery
Product code
41BX0419
  • Winemakers: Badoux Vins

    The most famous of all Swiss wines?

Switzerland  Chablais 
Features Unoaked, "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan
Style Red, Still, Dry, Blend
Last Tasted 10 Dec 2023
Varieties
  • Alpine Wines Grape Varieties: Garanoir
  • Pinot Noir
Frequently Bought Together
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I must say I fell in love with the Lézard rouge. It does start with the label which hints at something minimalist and yet bold. Spot on.

The wine is really, well, Pinot Noir as an undercover agent - it intrigues, it delights, it then pulls the rug from under your feet. It then picks you up and smuggles you over the border in the rug... err... maybe I took that metaphor a little too far. 

And if you're not a wine geek, it's just a deliciously fruity but bold wine to share over dinner.

Winemaker: Daniel Dufaux

Flo says (July 2018): I have had dreams about this wine. When I am lucky enough to try it, it is a wine to savour and adore. Highly recommend.  

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Bottle Size 75cl
Vintage 2019
Alcohol 14.8
Last Tasted 10 Dec 2023
AOC / DAC Chablais
Variety Garanoir, Pinot Noir
Keeps at least until 2035
Is Mature No
Ripeness Normal
Allergens Contains Sulphites
Case Size 6
Composition Pinot Noir 92%, Gamaret 8%
Closure Natural Cork
sweetness dry
Winemaking Malolactic
Aged In Foudre (big wood)
Key Features Unoaked, "Slow Wine", Vegetarian and Vegan
Arrival Date 10 Jan 2021
Bought In (year) 2020
Available from Valhallas Goat

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Grown in steep terraces on gravel and shale soil, the vineyard enjoys plenty of sunshine and excellent natural drainage of the land. The heat of the mountain, the foehn and breezes caress the vineyards to the ideal ripeness, thus allowing a later harvest.

After the Pinot Noir harvest, the grapes are de-stalked and then undergo a long process of maceration during which fermentation takes place. This lasts 4-5 weeks and allows the extraction of colour and tannins, two fundamental elements for the balance of red wines. In addition, during this period ' The Red Lizard ' has a slight maceration for a few hours on the lees of Garanoir.

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