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 Savigny-les-Beaune bottling is matured in barrel with a small proportion of new oak for about 15 months.
In a glass this wine is a deep cherry red colour. Vibrant, ripe Pinot on the nose, with cherry, raspberry and a touch of herbs. On the palette the wine is supple, finessed, fruit forward, with a slightly savoury finish.
Pair with grilled meats, game birds, venison.
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