Technical sheet

Name of the wine:

Pinot Noir

Country / Région:

France / Languedoc.

Terroir:

Terroir de Cournonterral and Fabregues. 

Appellation:

IGP Pays d’Oc.

Color:

Elegant light red with brick tint

Nose:

Complex and delicate nose. Tipicity of the Pinot noir: candied cherry, light roasted hints and moka.

Palate:

Mouthwatering. Abundant fruit. A beautiful freshness and soft tannins made it a balancedand finePinot.

Finish:

On the fruit, run by soft tannins.

Soil type:

Rich Clay and limestone

Grape varieties:

100% Pinot noir

Vinification:

Maceration for 3 to 5 days at low temperature to preserve the fruit. Daily pumping-over

Maturing:

6 months in stainless steel tank.

Yield:

60 hL/ha.

Alcohol:

13% Vol.

To drink:

Within 3 years.

KEEPING:

Ready to drink now, should be drunk within 3 years.We advise you to drink this wine within a year to enjoy its fruitiness to the full.As with all wines, the temperature at which it’s kept will dictate how well it keeps. The ideal is between 12°C and 18°C.

TASTING:

Best served between 18°C and 19°C.To enjoy it best, we advise you to drink this wine with a meal.

Enjoy your Pinot Noir with:

Your first course:

  • Red tuna carpaccio.

Meat:

  • Oven-roasted capon, stuffed with chestnuts,
  • Fine deli meats,
  • Legs cooked with morels,
  • Endive with ham,
  • Grills,
  • White meat in sauce will be pleasant to accompany.

Cheese:

  • Cantal,
  • Beaufort,
  • Munster.

Dessert:

  • Cherry clafoutis,
  • Tart with blueberries and blueberries

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