The vines take their roots on clay-limestone soil, very well suited to Pinot Noir, at Légny in the Pierres Dorées. The grapes are mostly vinified in whole bunch. This gives a fruity, crunchy wine with richness and structure.
Brilliant ruby red color.
Offering up notes of raspberries, cherries and dried flowers.
Medium-bodied, ample and succulent, with a fleshy core of fruit, melting tannins and an open-knit, charming profile. It's a creditable wine.
Perfect for the Antilliean and Asian lightly spiced cuisine as well as for all the types of red and white meat, Lyon region cuisine such as andouillette, roasted bunny and the chocolate desserts.
Vin de France
Pinot Noir Champs Blancs
100 % limestone clay soil
2/3 of whole bunch and 1/3 destemed, maceration of 8 days in concrete tanks, 2 pumping over per day during 10 min and 1 punch down per day at the end of the FA.
6 months in stainless steel tanks and 15 % in the new oack barrels
2 to 20 years
2 to 5 years
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