Medium ruby. Fine notes of griottes (a kind of cherry), red berries, cinnamon and a touch of oak. Very soft texture, the fine tannins have barely any grip on the palate for a medium body of great balance. An elegant style of wine. Ready to drink.
Ruby-purple. Deep nose of red and black fruits, well-dosed new oak and a balsamic note. Rich and velvety; very supple tannic backbone, dense fruity core all contribute to roundness in the mouthfeel. Great finish to match.
Traditional Method. Bright citrus and green apple with a lightly toasty note and some caramel on the nose. Mouth-puckering green-apple crispness in the mouth with mineral and subtle brioche creaminess on the finish.
If you’re looking for a good introductory white Burgundy, try this Chardonnay. Pale straw in colour, with a fresh nose of citrus fruit and apple, complemented by a mineral note. The wine is medium-bodied and crisply dry. Just the job to match with grilled trout.
From 30-year-old vines on loam above gravel and small boulders. All stainless-steel fermented, with no use of oak or malolactic fermentation. Orchard, citrus and stone fruit on the nose, followed by a generous, mouth-filling palate of apple, pear and melon notes buoyed by balanced acidity, creating a full-fruited, pure varietal expression.
A workhorse Syrah which is distinctly peppery with violets, cassis, vanilla and oregano. Ready to drink, preferably with charcuterie or hamburgers.