Pinot noir is really in accordance with this red Mercurey 1er cru in a place called “Croichots”. This parcel nestled within a large bowl facing south is a real sun trap, perfect for this wine, aged for a minimum of ten months in oak barrels. Full and fleshy mouth. Wine to lay down.
This white Mercurey village, from the Chardonnay grape, on the parcel “Roc Blanc” is well-named. Green gold highlights, a fresh palate, strong and mineral , it has the typical characteristics of this designation. It gets better in oak barrels in our cellars.
A red found on the plot “Roc Blanc”. Nestling in the shelter of a wood, facing south and south-east, the red Pinot Noir Mercurey Village develops all of its charm. With a bouquet of red fruit notes, the palate is round and slightly woody. A few months in oak barrels allow him to reveal his cheerfulness.
This grape, the most rustic of Burgundy is so far best known for developing the “Kir” also called “white currant”. The discovery of this aligoté will surprise you. He will accompany your seafood and other shellfish. leaving him time, this wine will reveal notes of candied fruits such as quince.
Beside the town of Aluze, facing the rising sun, this wine is all about finesse and elegance. It will surprise you with its red purple color, a perfume of small red fruits with soft and silky tannins. Pleasant and charming wine.
This cuvee “Margaux” is from a lesser-known vineyard, the coast of Couchois in the West of Mercurey and South of Hautes Côtes de Beaune. Pinot Noir coming from a opposite hill of the castle of Couches, facing south, 200 to 300 meters above sea level gives us this beautiful intense black dress. Full wine with aromas of black fruit, elderberry, blackberry, evolving with time on notes of tobacco and liquorice.
This Chardonnay, coming from young vines, is nevertheless the noble white grape of Burgundy, combining freshness and vivacity, lemony perfume, and a full and tasty mouth.
If there is a good Beaujolais Cru, which is said to be a “feminine” wine, it’s this Chiroubles. The Gamay grape delights on these granite soils eroded by the ravages of time. Rich and full wine, an intense red with a powerful palate.
Lots of charm in this Beaujolais Villages, despite the simplicity of this Gamay grape. It gives a wine of intense color, full and long finish. Gourmet wine.
Exceptional product, developed in Rully, the same country from which will appear the Crémant de Bourgogne in 1822. It is composed of two noble grape varieties of Burgundy, Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. In perfect harmony he lets out fine bubbles and a nose of rose petals. This festive wine will delight your palate as an aperitif, a dessert.