BOURGOGNE GAMAY NOIR

Intense / Elegant

Secrets of the Cuvée

Vinegrowing Burgundy boasts two great red wine grape varieties.
- Pinot Noir and its limestone-clay soils in the Côte-d’Or department.
- Gamay Noir and its favourite home of granitic arena at the Northern end of the Rhône
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My Bourgogne Gamay Noir has its foundations in really high quality, requiring controlled yields, exacting vinification and long oak barrel maturing.
This other great Burgundian grape variety brings you delightful ripe black fruit flavours and aromas in its formative years, but enchants as it matures over 15 years or more.

Dishes

Poached eggs in red wine sauce, coq au vin, grilled duck steaklet, roast quail, wild duck with baby onions, braised wild boar ham, pan fried rib steak, thick cut Charollais steak with chanterelle mushrooms, marinated beef filet, matured cheeses.

Serving

  • Serving temperature16°C
  • Optimal tasting2 to 12 years or more, depending on the vintage
  • Cellaring potential10 to 15 years
  • Winemaker’s suggestionbetween 2 and 4 years for its powerful and intense side
    between 4 and 12 years for full maturity
  • Cellaring temperaturebetween 10 and 14°C
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