Bourgogne rouge 2016

Nez typé pinot, confiture et groseille, robe peu évoluée et concentré, bouche plaisante ronde et structurée légèrement grillé.

Bourgogne rouge 2016

 

 

 
Vine location: village of Prissé.
Type of soil: Clay and limestone
Exposure: The estate benefits from a privileged south to south-west exposure.
Grape variety: 100% PINOT NOIR.
Vine age: 50 years old on average.
Training system: Simple Guyot with 4 to 5 buds. Disbudding, green harvest, soil ploughing around the end of July , natural fertilizing . Our vine-growing approach obeys 2 principles :
– an environmentally-concerned agriculture.
– a rational pest control.
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Harvest: Hand-picking, careful selection in the vines first and second at the winery if necessary.
Winemaking: fully traditional winemaking. The grapes are destemmed before they are transferred to the vats by gravity. Punching of the cap and pumping-over are carried out daily.
Characteristics: rounded wine whose tannins express themselves fully on the palate, revealing finesse, softness and harmony. Red fruit undertones ( mostly raspberry).
Cellar storing: 3 to 5 years.
Food and wine match: perfect to accompany a meal from beginning to end. Charcuterie ( = cooked pork meats), jambon et saucisson de pays (= regional pork ham and regional pork sausage), poultry : duck, guinea fowl, roasted meat and cheese matured in a cellar. Should be served between 14 and 16° C.

Bourgogne rouge