Henri De Bareuil "Vieilles Vignes" - Bourgogne Pinot Noir - Burgundy - France

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Product SKU
BU122
Vintage: 2019
Bright ruby hue. Cherry jam-like fruits with spicy, roasted notes in the mouth. The wine is ample with smooth tannins, fleshy fruits and nice crisp finish.
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Country FRANCE Region Burgundy Grape Varietal Pinot Noir

Product Description

Description

Bright ruby hue. Cherry jam-like fruits with spicy, roasted notes in the mouth. The wine is ample with smooth tannins, fleshy fruits and nice crisp finish.

How to pair it

  • Meat A great partner to grilled red meats, offal in sauce, kidneys, ox tongue.
  • Cheese Pair with a cheese board.

Accolades

Awards

Gilbert and Gaillard International Challenge Gold

Originally one of the most famous French wine guides created in 1989, Gilbert & Gaillard has created their own international competition for wines and spirits.

Critique Review

Light cherry with ruby-brown highlights. Nose of jammy wild berries with a spicy, smoky touch and nutmeg note. Structured, clear palate with polished tannins counterbalancing the generous fleshy fruitiness and stimulating tangy freshness in this racy wine.

Gilbert&Gaillard 2021

Wine Facts

More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Pinot Noir
Vintage 2019
Region Burgundy
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Laurent Chardigny
Producer Domaine de Rochebin
Average age of vines 50 yrs
Harvest method Mechanical
Fermentation & maceration Fermentation and againg 100% in oak cask for 10 months
Aging 10 months in casks
Mouth Attribute Fruity, Round, Soft Tannin, Smooth
Nose Attribute Spices, Toasted, Red Fruits
SKU BU122

Vineyard Info

Originated from Southern Burgundy about the sleepy and pretty village of Azé, the Marillier family of Domaine Rochebin have slowly but surely expended their activities since year 2000, moving from independent winemakers to négociant éleveur business, specialised in the many great wines of Burgundy. Today, the Henri de Bareuil range offers over 15 AOP wines from Burgundy with new additions from the Southern France and Rhone valley. We are very proud of all our wines as we believe they all express the great diversity of their terroir and traditions.

The Bourgogne Chardonnay vines are over 50 yrs old and have East / South East-facing slopes.

Description

Bright ruby hue. Cherry jam-like fruits with spicy, roasted notes in the mouth. The wine is ample with smooth tannins, fleshy fruits and nice crisp finish.

How to pair it

  • Meat A great partner to grilled red meats, offal in sauce, kidneys, ox tongue.
  • Cheese Pair with a cheese board.

Awards

Gilbert and Gaillard International Challenge Gold

Originally one of the most famous French wine guides created in 1989, Gilbert & Gaillard has created their own international competition for wines and spirits.

Critique Review

Light cherry with ruby-brown highlights. Nose of jammy wild berries with a spicy, smoky touch and nutmeg note. Structured, clear palate with polished tannins counterbalancing the generous fleshy fruitiness and stimulating tangy freshness in this racy wine.

Gilbert&Gaillard 2021
More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Pinot Noir
Vintage 2019
Region Burgundy
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Laurent Chardigny
Producer Domaine de Rochebin
Average age of vines 50 yrs
Harvest method Mechanical
Fermentation & maceration Fermentation and againg 100% in oak cask for 10 months
Aging 10 months in casks
Mouth Attribute Fruity, Round, Soft Tannin, Smooth
Nose Attribute Spices, Toasted, Red Fruits
SKU BU122

Originated from Southern Burgundy about the sleepy and pretty village of Azé, the Marillier family of Domaine Rochebin have slowly but surely expended their activities since year 2000, moving from independent winemakers to négociant éleveur business, specialised in the many great wines of Burgundy. Today, the Henri de Bareuil range offers over 15 AOP wines from Burgundy with new additions from the Southern France and Rhone valley. We are very proud of all our wines as we believe they all express the great diversity of their terroir and traditions.

The Bourgogne Chardonnay vines are over 50 yrs old and have East / South East-facing slopes.