The town of Nuits-Saint-Georges gave its name to the Côte de Nuits. The Nuits-Saint-Georges appellation is divided between 2 communes: Nuits-Saint-Georges and Prémeaux-Prissey for a total surface area of approximately 142 hectares.
SoilThe vines are located at the base of the slope to the east of the town of Nuits-Saint-Georges. The soil is brown limestone-based and covers slopes composed of Jurassic limestone.
Grape variety100 % Pinot Noir.
VinificationVinification takes place in temperature-controlled open vats (28/30°C) with regular punching of the cap followed by 12 to 14 months ageing in oak barrels with maximum 15% new oak.
RobeBeautiful ruby red with raspberry coloured nuances.
NoseAn elegant, classy nose that boasts real complexity and finesse.
PalatePredominant raspberry flavours with subtle gamey notes (venison). An exquisite wine.
Serve withThis wine may be paired with all red meats, stews, marinated game, and full-flavoured cheeses. Try it alongside duck breast à l’orange, pepper-crusted roast beef or duck with grapes. When it comes to composing the cheese platter, opt for Cantal, Morbier and Saint-Nectaire.