This is a delightful and very fruity example of Mâcon Rouge. An unoaked blend of Pinot and Gamay, which is soft, rounded, smooth and juicy, with light and supple tannins making it very drinkable.
The Mâconnais region of Burgundy is in the Saône et Loire district and next to Beaujolais. The landscape is made up of gently rolling hills and grasslands with mixed cultivation. The slopes become more pronounced to the south.
A vintage of excellent quality, which started early thanks to a warm spring and early summer, with some very hot whether in July and August. Pinot Noir in particular had small berries, but beautifully concentrated and Chardonnay managed to hold its acidity.
The wine is vinified in tank and bottled young in order to maintain the fresh style.
- Grilled and Roasted Red Meats
- Salads and Picnics
- Mild Creamy Cheeses