Wine Region: Côte Chalonnaise - Burgundy
Grape variety: Pinot Noir
Soils: Clay and limestone
Vineyard Area: 1.5 ha
Average Age of Vineyards: 30 years
Vinification: Ten-day pre-fermentation and cold maceration. Pumping over, "delestage" and temperature-controlled fermentation.
Ageing: The wine is matured for 10 months in 450-litre barrels then finely matured in stainless steel tanks for another 4 months.
The refined and fruity nose of this wine is a perfect accompaniment to roast pork or poultry. The well-integrated tannins are a great choice for an aperitif served with tapas.
Serving Temperature: 13 to 15°C
The incomparable Burgundy vineyards are ideally located with Lyon and Paris just one hour and 2 hours away respectively. Its northeastern location makes Burgundy the crossroads of European capital cities. This strategic location dates back to antiquity and the Middle Ages when Burgundy was a major trade route connecting Northern Europe to the Mediterranean basin. As a link between the Rhône Valley and the Paris basin, Burgundy is a historical centre of trade and exchange.