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.


Élaboration :

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.


Food and Wines pairing :

Seared sliced beef served with spicy soy and ginger sauce.

Soil type : Clay-chalk

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

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