The Vineyard: This family can be traced back to the early 19th century in the region around Beaune. About 20 years ago, the Compagnie des Vins d’Autrefois (Company of Traditional Wines) bought the Bertrand de Monceny label from this old Burgundy family as part of their aim to safeguard the supply of the great Bertrand de Monceny wines.
The soil: Soils composed of Clay-limestone.
The grapes are completely destemmed but it stay whole before being put in vats. Wine are vinified in wooden tank by a natural fermentation, without chemical yeast additives. After 16 months without ”soutirage”, the resulting wine is then matured in oak barrel (20% new french oak) with a delicat woody of wine.
Appearance: Crimson, the colour brings to mind a peony or certain richly coloured roses.
Bouquet: Evokes fruits like Morello cherries and strawberries, then
blackcurrant and liquorice notes, a light spicy finish is revealed.
Taste: Mellow and smooth. Stands out because of its purity and freshness.
Serving temperature: Serve between 14°C and 16°C.
Serving suggestions: Can be enjoyed with vegetable tarts, vegetable purées, even tomato salads, BBQs and many cheeses.
When to drink: Ready to drink now