Bourgogne – Cote Chalonnaise
Tasting note :
What are we looking for from our Bourgogne? To be a pleasurable Pinot Noir.
With fruit and simplicity but without being banal. With a finish full of character that reminds one of its origins.
Harvest and grape selection done by hand and transported in small boxes to the cellar.
Vinification takes place over 12 days in temperature controlled vats with a pre-fermentation cold maceration over 3 to 5 days.
The juice is either pumped over or the cap is punched twice a day dependant on the stage of the vinification.
Ageing for 18 months: 12 in oak barrels and 6 in tank.
NEITHER FILTERED OR FINED
Food and Wines pairing :
Seared sliced beef served with spicy soy and ginger sauce.
Exposition : South-East
Altitude : 310 à 370 m
Grape variety : Pinot noir
Age of the vines : 40 to 70 years old
Vineyard size : 7.5 hectares
Average yield : 45 hl/ha
Production moyenne : 45 000 Blles