Maison Andrè Goichot
Beaune | Burgundy - France
Founded in 1947 near Meursault, this thriving family business took a big step forward in 2000 by building a new location near Beaune. This highly technological site has allowed the company to optimize working conditions and become completely independent for bottling and labeling operations. The long-standing close ties that André Goichot has with the wine producers of the region allow us to select the best that the region has to offer and to offer customers a wide range of appellations: Chablis, Côte de Nuits, Côte de Beaune, Côte Chalonnaise. The Goichot family also owns vineyards: the Burgundy white "Les Dressolles" produced with Meursault grapes, and the Montagny "Chateau de la Guiche" of the Côte Chalonnaise. A careful tasting and selection of each wine was carried out by André Goichot himself.
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Fragrant and fruity mouth. The texture is generous and soft. There are notes of hazelnut and spices that lead to a persistent finish of great finesse. Fruity and floral. With a simple approach, this wine seduces with its spontaneity and tenderness.
Slightly straw-colored with pale gold reflections. The aromas of white flowers combine with honey, reminiscent of gingerbread. In the mouth the elegance is safe, pleasant, maintaining the freshness of the grape without giving in to excessive softness.
Dark purple or ruby, often centered around raspberries, cherries, licorice, sometimes purple wine. Taste frank and decisive, pleasant tannins when ripe, full-bodied but without excess. This vineyard has been able to carry out a patient and courageous reconquest. Overlooking the coast from Gevrey-Chambertin to the Bois de Corton, the Hautes Côtes de Nuits are steeped in wild beauty.
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.
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Gamay and Aligoté
Golden yellow color. Fruity nose with notes of exotic fruit and citrus. On the palate aromas of white flowers and pastry.
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.
The fruity scent recalls morello cherry and raspberry, evolves towards black currant, licorice in the undergrowth, often with a spicy touch. Hautes Côtes de Beaune is a fascinating wine with its spontaneity and frankness.
On the palate, this is a soft-textured and smooth wine that develops notes of stewed pear and sweet spices. With the finish comes a pleasant hint of bittersweet candied orange peel.
On the palate, a fresh wine, young with character, lively and amiable, with a rich return of spicy aromas. The finesse of the taste and the delicacy go hand in hand with a structured and durable structure.
A nose with a very pleasant richness and fruitiness. On the palate, rediscover this opulence and let yourself be seduced by the round, silky and full side of this wine.