Burgundy Côte d’Or
|Grape variety||100% Pinot Noir|
Terroirs and vinification
The Bourgogne Côte d’Or appellation was created in 2017. This is the 14th geographical name of the Burgundy appellation
The vineyard of Burgundy Côte d’Or is presented in a diagonal oriented from the northeast to the southwest, organized in a succession of slopes located between 200 and 450 meters above sea level, with a temperate climate, with a warm and dry undertone. . The vineyard is mainly exposed to the south-east and occupies the foothills of the Côte, on land composed of old alluvium: scree and clayey colluvium, clayey silt and gravels at the exit of the valleys.
The vines between 30 and 45 years old are cultivated using sustainable methods.
Food and wine pairing
This wine goes well with delicate and aromatic dishes, but simple: salads, savory pies and pies, poultry. It goes equally well with fish, veal or cooked cheeses.
Keeping and serving temperature
Serve between 13 ° and 15 ° C
Keeping: 3-5 years
Medals and awards
Ruby red color.
An aromatic frame of small red fruits embellished with notes of peony.
Fine and elegant tannins and a fresh and long finish.