Bourgogne Pinot Noir «Dessous les Mues»

Bourgogne Pinot Noir «Dessous les Mues»

Dessous les Mues
Terroir Plot called "Dessous les Mues", located in the commune of Chassagne-Montrachet. Clay-limestone soil.
Grape variety 100% Pinot Noir
Appellation AOC Bourgogne Pinot Noir
Vineyard Management Sustainable, no herbicides. Partial grassing with mechanical working of the soil. Level 3 High Environmental Value certification.
Winemaking Harvested by hand only, in openwork crates of 15 KG. The bunches are cooled and 100% destemmed before vatting in wooden vats for 2 weeks. Cold pre-fermentation maceration before alcoholic fermentation using indigenous yeasts. Gentle extraction by alternating manual punch downs and pump overs.
Ageing In French oak barrels for 12 months without new barrels.
Production 3000 bottles
Food and wine pairing Charcuterie platter, Assorted raw vegetables from the garden, Home-made Cassoulet, Lamb couscous, Pan-fried flank steak, Butcher's barbecue kebabs, Grilled Andouillette sausage with chips, Burgundy fondue, Baked chicken, Stuffed tomatoes and peppers, Basque-style chicken, Niçoise salad, Frisée with smoked bacon and soft-boiled eggs, Soft cheeses.
Titre Bourgogne Pinot Noir
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Tasting Notes

Pale ruby-red colour with pink highlights. Nose of cooked cherries, hints of violets and sweet spices. On the palate, it's greedy, fruity, very smooth and well-balanced. A wine to cellar for a few years and then drink with roast red meats. (Tasted in 2023)

Deep purplish colour with youthful highlights. Youthful nose of ripe black fruit with a mineral-woody background. On the palate, a Burgundy that bets on finesse, happily combining ripe fruit and subtle tannins. (tasted in 2022)

Attractive ruby-red colour with purple highlights. Nose of red fruit (cherry), hints of vanilla and spices. Silky and fruity on the palate. A wine with rich, fresh tones, evolving on a peppery note. Very fine minerality on a long finish. (tasted in 2021)