It comes from Pinot Noir grapes grown and grown in Monthelie, a tiny town of 174 inhabitants located in the Cote-D'Or. It is a wine with a good evolutionary potential. Monthelie is a growing appellation in the Burgundy wine scene. The vineyards are oriented north-east and south-east on a hill overlooking a wide valley.
Ruby red color of medium chromatic charge. Red fruits predominate on the nose but also floral aromas. On the palate it is intense and notes of peony and small red fruits are noted. A beautiful structure, with soft tannins, which ensures a good persistence in the mouth.
Wine with good evolutionary capabilities.
Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° C. To combine with cheeses, terrines and pasta. Meats in brown sauce, Meats in light sauce and grilled and roasted red meats.