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Color: intense ruby red
Bouquet: aromas of red fruits, vanilla and licorice
Taste: full and rich, with a woody finish
Bouchard Père & Fils has been producing the Beaune du Château cuvée, an exclusivity of the House, since 1907. This wine, which is a blend of several Premier Cru vineyards vinified separately, demonstrates the different facets of the terroir of Beaune. Red Beaune du Château comes from 17 Beaune Premier Cru vineyards, chosen for their complementary qualities.
With a beautiful red color, clear, with ruby reflections, the nose opens on the typical red fruits of Pinot Noir (currant, morello cherry, currant) with smoky notes, humus and sometimes animals. Rich and complex, its structure is compact with soft and elegant tannins. Good balance.
Soft and fruity. Doesn’t require a lot of aging, except for specific vintages. Silky tannins due to its origin.
A wine that expresses itself with an intense red color, with spicy notes where the minerality is perfectly fused with tannins, always velvety and soft.
100% Pinot Noir
Color: dark ruby red
Nose: fresh red fruits, raspberries, strawberry
Taste: great freshness, light, warm, fine tannins, balanced, greedy, slightly spicy
A master of winemaking, the purest tradition of Burgundy for a perfect interpretation of Cote de Nuits Pinot Noir. All of this is Hubert Lignier's Chambolle_Musigny
A complex bouquet of red and black fruit with spicy and woody notes. Brilliant elegance on the palate with a perfect balance of finesse and elegance. It can potentially last over 20 years and goes perfectly with roasted meat dishes or with sauces, game and medium-aged cheeses.
The nose has aromas of red fruit typical of Pinot Noir. On the palate it is light, fresh and with good acidity. Ideal paired with grilled meat and cheese dishes. It is recommended to drink it within 3 years of the harvest.
A wine of great importance, intense aromas of red fruit and spices and a hint of wood. It is the perfect combination of the elegance of the terroir of origin and the power of the Grand Cru from which it comes. It has an incredible aging potential and goes well with meats in sauce and medium-aged cheeses. The serving temperature must not exceed 17 ° C.
In this wine, roast hazelnut precedes ripe, dark-cherry notes that seem to find their way straight to a pleasure center of the brain. The palate follows in a hedonistic flow of ripe, velvety dark cherry, perfumed with a hint of Amarena.