Located on the Côte Chalonnaise, just south of Burgundy, the Givry region produces primarily red wines. With all vineyard parcels facing from east to southeast and ranging from 240 to 280 meters high, on calcareous soils with a limestone subsoil, the wine is produced exclusively from the Pinot Noir grape and is aged in oak barrels.
This brilliant, crimson-coloured wine has typically reminiscent Pinot Noir aromas (blackcurrant, morello cherry and a touch of garrigue) with liquorice, spices and leather with age. The tannins, although not overly dominant, contribute to its elegant structure.
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