Savigny-Les-Beaune is an old, typically Burgundian winegrowing village in the Côte de Beaune located a stone’s throw north of Beaune.
SoilOverlying calcareous clay soil with hard limestone subsoil, the “Les Peuillets” single vineyard lies adjacent to the Beaune appellation, at an altitude of 250 metres on average.
Grape variety100 % Pinot Noir.
VinificationTraditional Burgundian vinification in open vats with long maceration and punching of the cap. Aged in oak barrels (25 to 30% new oak) for 14 to 16 months to lend structure and complexity to the wine.
RobeLovely ruby red colour with garnet highlights.
NoseExudes scents of red berries, vegetal notes such as blackcurrant buds and a touch of forest undergrowth.
PalateGorgeous substance with flavours revolving around black fruit with a touch of spice and ending on an oaky finish.
Serve withThis is an ideal wine to serve with meat: grilled sirloin steak with chanterelle mushrooms, Dijon mustard-crusted veal chops and rotisserie roasted leg of lamb. When choosing cheeses, opt for mild varieties such as Brie de Meaux, Chaource or Neufchâtel.