Burgundy Rouge Pinot Noir 2015

Fresh and ghoulish, this Burgundy Pinot Noir rouge 2015 is one of the best value for money of the appellation: mastered from start to finish, this red wine typical of Pinot Noir de Bourgogne south of the Beaune coast is aged in oak barrels. Balanced, concentrated and very aromatic.

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BURGUNDY PINOT NOIR ROUGE 2015

Regularly rewarded with the best competitions, the Lequin estate renews its reputation with its Burgundy red Pinot Noir vintage 2015 wine, simply among the best of the appellation.

Soft, fruity and concentrated, the well-controlled oak barrel ageing gives body and depth while remaining discreet and melted, keeping the character of the wine. The 2015 vintage is of course an example of success, with an ideal balance between acidity, mellowness and tannic concentration.

Purple colour, very fruity wine with expressive aromas of red and black fruits, full-bodied without excess, a wine of great pleasure that can be enjoyed quickly. Keep between 3 and 5 years.

Service temperature: 14 to 16 degrees

  

Domaine Louis Lequin - Santenay

Domaine Louis Lequin offers prestigious wines from Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits: Santenay, Corton, Nuits Saint Georges

Located in Santenay in the south of the Côte de Beaune, the Louis Lequin estate brings Burgundy's viticultural traditions to life while modernizing processes and innovating in its approach to viticulture. He offers for sale delicate and refined Burgundy wines.

The Domaine has many appellations in Santenay: Santenay red, Santenay red 1er Cru, Santenay Blanc ... But also great white wines such as Corton Charlemagne and Bastard Montrachert.

In addition, the Domaine operates parcels of vines in the Côte de Nuits, with a beautiful Nuits Saint Georges, locality "Les Brûlées".

Very committed to traditional methods, he is nonetheless seeking to innovate and is very involved in the research and development of new solutions for viticulture in Burgundy.

Appellation

Bourgogne

Wine Characteristics

Red wine : A wine grown in so many different villages obviously has a host of different ways of seducing the senses, yet these wines nevertheless share many common traits.
To the eye, they are richly coloured - crimson at first then, with age, shading towards dark ruby. To the nose they offer at first a basket of small red and black fruits (strawberry, cherry, blackcurrant, bilberry) later evolving into cooked prune, peppery notes, and notes of animal, underbrush, moss and mushroom. They are lively and structured in the mouth with a well-rounded and supple backbone. Tannins and fruit go hand in hand and the chewiness matches the power of the secondary aromas. This wine has volume and flesh- it is, in a word, vinous.
 


White wine : Light golden colour, limpid and crystalline, often with greenish highlights.
In the Yonne, Bourgogne blanc often develops aromas of gunflint or field mushroom. In the Côte-d’Or it is hazelnut with a hint of honey, butter, bracken, spices and sugared chestnuts. In the Saône-et-Loire notes of white flowers (hawthorn, acacia) and flint abound. On the palate it is aromatic, delicate but not over-light, full without being heavy, unctuous and firm, dry and caressing, well-rounded and quite deep, not overly structured yet persistent.
 

Wine Steward’s Tip

Red wine : The Bourgognes rouges have an elegant and refined character as well as a light and fluid structure in the mouth. They therefore go with rather delicate dishes that are to some degree aromatic - vegetable salads, meat or poultry tarts, or simmered beef and vegetables (pot-au-feu). Moreover, their delicacy makes them a perfect choice for those who like red wine with fish. Their natural elegance predisposes them towards veal, cold tabouleh, or hard cheeses like Gouda.
Serving temperature:  12 to 14°C for young wines, 14 to 16°C for older wines.
 


White wine : In the mouth, Bourgogne blanc has the knack of making allies of opposites and this adaptability makes it indispensable when planning meals. Its sprightliness makes it a delicate and tasty pre-dinner drink while its wideranging and persistent aromatic spectrum (thanks to the Chardonnay grape) makes it a team player in the kitchen, especially with fish and shellfish. Its native power enables it to prevail over onion tarts as well as over a wide variety of soft and hard cheeses such as Brie, Vacherin, Saint-Nectaire, Mont-d’Or, Beaufort, Comté and all varieties of Gruyère.
Serving temperature: 11 to 13°C.
 

Situation

Bourgogne rouge comes from the Pinot Noir grape whose name can be traced back as far as 1375 and which gives birth to all the great red wines of Bourgogne. It is delicate, highly valued and needs careful looking after during the growing season. The appellation Bourgogne rouge dates from 1937 and is grown in 299 communes throughout wine-growing Bourgogne.
It evokes images of plenitude and makes a fine starting point for further explorations into the world of red wines.

Bourgogne blanc is a success story. It brings out the best of the Chardonnay grape, now grown everywhere but whose native home is Bourgogne and which finds here its most sublime expression (Montrachet, Meursault, Chablis, Corton-Charlemagne, Pouilly-Fuissé...). The Bourgogne AOC, authorised in 1937, extends to the three departments of Yonne, Côte-d’Or and Saône-et-Loire.
This entry-level wine opens the way to the appellations Villages, Premiers Crus and Grands Crus. Though the raw material is the same in all cases, the Chardonnay grape creates a diverse spectrum of sensations which vary according to its provenance, the age of the vines and the particular vintage.
 

Terroirs

Red wine : In many cases the regional red Bourgogne grow and flourish near more prestigious AOC. These close neighbours are separated by only hundreds or sometimes even as little as tens of metres. The vineyards tend to be located along the foot of the wine-growing slopes on limestone soils mixed with some clays and marls. The soils are stony, rocky even, and quick-draining.


White wine : This wine is mostly grown on sites at the foot of the slopes but the nature of the soil varies according to each geographical situation. In the Côte-d’Or the soils are whitish or light grey marls and marly limestones, deep and not especially stony. The Yonne, in contrast, offers sloping calcareous sites, sometimes chalky as in the Tonnerrois district or on Kimmeridgian limestone as in Chablis and the Auxerrois, while in the Côte Chalonnaise and Mâconnais the broken landscape begets soils composed of limestone, clay and marl, plus, in the southern Saône-et-Loire, a granitic component.

Appellations Régionales, explained by Jean-Pierre Renard

Source : https://www.bourgogne-wines.com

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