Burgundy is the original home of Pinot Noir, and this is where you find the best. The Maconnâis is more known for its whites, but you can get great Pinot here without burning a hole in your pocket! Fermented in concrete tanks and aged for 10 months in neutral French oak barrels. This Pinot is very enjoyable with poultry, but keep your main dishes light to fully appreciate how fine it is. Drink with appetizers like saucisson, cheese and ham, or at the end of the meal with dark chocolate. 12.5% abv.
Appearance: Light brick red with crimson highlights.
Nose: Expressive note of cherry, ripe strawberries, light caramel.
Mouth: Well-balanced between cherry and black pepper, powerful, soft tannins and good acidity. Classic Pinot.