One of Savigny's oldest domaines, established in 1529 and now overseen by Jean-Jacques, the 7th family generation. His his son Vincent joined him in 2008.
The domaine's focus is based on a deep respect of the soil and the environment. Yields are kept low to ensure good ripening, which gives the wines appeal in their youth. The vinification process is traditional. All grapes are 100% de-stemmed, macerated for 4-5 days, and fermented for 8-10 days with regular capping and pumping over.
The Bourgogne bottling is aged in barrel for 9 months to retain a freshness and approachability.
This wine has a bright cherry red hue. The bouquet is characterised by fresh varietal fruit of raspberry, blueberry and a hint of spice.
Pair with barbecue, beef stew, full flavoured cheese.
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