RED WINES

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why not try me with 

"Duck breasts with blackcurrants"?

POWERFUL AND PRESTIGIOUS

 

In creating this wine, we have chosen to put the vineyards back where they belong:

at the heart of the town of Beaune. 

 

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why not try me with

"Beef bourguignon"? 

FULL-BODIED AND SPICY

 

 

The appellation of Mercurey derives its name from Mercury, messenger of the ancient gods of Rome. 

 

 


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why not try me with

"Poached eggs in red wine sauce"?

 

DELICIOUS AND ELEGANT

 

In response to being grown at higher altitudes and in more challenging climatic conditions than they have to endure on the Côte, the Pinot Noir grapes from the Hautes Côtes de Nuits have developed a powerful personality all of their very own. 


 

 

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why not try me with

"Warm beef salad with two mustard dressings"?

SILKY AND GENEROUS

 

 


Like their more prestigious neighbours, the vineyards of the Hautes Côtes de Beaune have the potential to bring out the best in the Pinot Noir grape. 

 

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why not try me with

"Fillet steak Dijon-style" 

CHARMING AND HARMONIOUS

 

The inside knowledge and experience that have long been vital to the gifted grape grower have been supplemented by modern techniques that allow him (or her) to assess the potential of each parcel with ever-greater accuracy. 


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Why not try me with

"Burgundian cheeses plate"?

CHARMING AND FRUITY

 

 

 

This wine is a very sincere homage to the complexity of the Pinot Noir grape.

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

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Why not try me with

"Corniottes: Burgundian cheese pastry puffs"?

CRISP AND BALANCED

 

 

This newly created Burgundian appellation promises wines that are deliciously fruity, the ideal drink for a sunny day. 


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Why not try me with

"Ham and pasley terrine"?

JUICY AND MOREISH

 

This wine is a real pleasure. Each sip makes you feel as if you’re biting straight into a juicy Gamay grape, transporting you right into the vineyards where the grapes were grown.