|Grape variety||100% Pinot Noir|
|Geography||Côtes de Nuits|
Terroirs and vinification
The poor limestone soil is well known producing wines that are delicately scented. The Burgundian term Les Charmes designates either an uncultivated plateau with little vegetation, or the existence of wooded land covered with charm. In this case, it is the first since this Chambolle-Musigny Les Charmes is located under Les Grandes Mûrs which has long been an uncultivated field.
Food and wine pairing
Red meat, beef bourguignon, duck braised in red wine, sautéed lamb.
Keeping and serving temperature
Serve between 15 ° and 17 ° C
Keeping: 5-10 years
Medals and awards
Vintage 2018: OR Burgondia
2018 vintage: Tasteviné
Shiny garnet color.
A delicate, young and fruity aroma (blackberries). Also stronger aromas of candied raspberry and strawberry with notes of undergrowth
On the palate, this wine impresses with balanced acidity and ripe tannins, offering hints of vanilla and leather. It is a round and elegant wine.