Tasting Notes "A simply fabulous value from Burgundy. Supple and nuanced, this Pinot Noir show class and sophistication at a welcome price point. Dark cherry, earth, and tea leaf aromatics lead the way to a lush palate with excellent depth and a long finish."
The Wine 50+ year old vines from the village of Givry. Clay/limestone soil with a Southeast facing slope at 1,000 feet altitude. Indigenous yeast, De-stemmed, Aged in older barrels. Unfined and unfiltered
The Estate The Sarrazin brothers are known for making spectacular high altitude Côte Chalonnaise Burgundy. They are based in the village of Jambles, a tiny hamlet just outside of Givry that is 1,000 feet above sea level. The Sarrazin brothers value tradition in both the vineyard and winery, but remain curious about modern innovation and taste with fellow winemakers to learn and develop their craft. The wines that come from this exceptional domaine represent some of the values found in Burgundy today. These pure and mineral driven wines deliver fresh red fruits and appealing spices.