Bourgogne Pinot noir
A new cuvée from the estate, following the family tradition: this Bourgogne Pinot Noir comes from the vineyard of Emile Petit, Céline's grandfather, located in the commune of Saint-Bris le Vineux.
Bright red color
Nose : Fresh and intense nose, slightly spicy, dominated by red fruit (the authentic Pinot Noir)..
Palate : the freshness of the attack of Red fruits (Raspberries, cherries, blackcurrants…) followed by a slight tannic intensity, ends on a harmonious final touch.
Serve it between 2 and 6 years of age, at a temperature of 14 to 16°C .
Serve with red meat and poultry, either grilled or roasted.
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100% Pinot noir
Village of Irancy,
Climat name : Les Mazelots
Portlandien, Upper Jurassic composed of limestone.
6 800 vines hectare
Reasoned culture, respectful of the vines, the terroir and the environment: Ploughing, organic fertilizers, no insecticide,
At the end of the onset of ripening (véraison), we cut all the grapes that didn’t achieve this stage (the bunches that would never reach maturity).
less than 1g/L
60 mg/l in total
• The whole bunches go into the tank
• Alcoholic fermentation between 28° C and 32° C
• Short fermentation on the skins (about 2 weeks) with daily pumping-over for maximal extraction Free-run juice and press-juice are vinified separately but reassembled for the malolactic fermentation.
• Bottled by us at the Estate
VINUM Magazine Suisse Allemand 2020 : 17 points Irancy Mazelots 2018
Concours des vins de l'Auxerrois 2018 : médaille de Bronze Irancy Mazelots 2016
Concours des vins de l'Auxerrois 2017 : médaille d'Argent Irancy Mazelots 2015