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Coteaux Bourguignons

2013

Terroir

If this wine is part of a regional appellation, coming mainly from Pinot Noir, the Coteaux Bourguignons can be produced throughout Grande Bourgogne. The average age of the vines is 20 years. This wine comes from clay-limestone, schist and sedimentary soils.

Vinification

The grapes are totally scratched. Maceration and fermentation are carried out in controlled temperature vats, with a pigeage practiced twice a day during alcoholic fermentation. The vatting duration is of 15 days at an average temperature of fermentation of 30 ° C. The breeding is done in stainless steel tanks in order to preserve the fruit to the maximum. Since the use of oak chips is allowed, part of the cuvee is therefore high with a subtle marriage between the fruity aromas of the grape variety and the charming aromas of the wood. Malolactic fermentation is carried out at 100% in order to round the wine, to reduce its acidity and to start preparing it in the bottle.

Features

Red dress with ruby ​​reflections, bright and clear. In the mouth, the fruit is fresh. It has notes of red fruits with a slightly spicy and woody finish. Its tannins are coated. This wine is harmonious, sweet and refreshing.

Food Pairings

Ideal with cold meats, red meats, stews, fowl in sauce, chicken and lamb couscous, veal chops with mustard, barbecue, chili con carne, fajitas, tajines, Asian cuisines and cheeses.

Details

Producer

Antonin Rodet

Category

Red

Grapes

100 % Pinot noir

Country / Region

France, Bourgogne

Appellation

Côteaux Bourguignons (AOC)

Size

750ml

Degree of alcohol

12.5%

Serving temperature

15°C

Taste Tag

Fruity and light

Available in these provinces

  • Quebec

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