Santenay Vieilles Vignes 2006

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Domaine Maratray-Dubreuil

Located in Ladoix Serrigny, just north of the Côte de Beaune, Domaine Maratray Dubreuil is one of the most prestigious and regular estates in this part of Burgundy.

The Estate has a surface area of 19 hectares, including several large village appellations such as Aloxe Corton, Ladoix in red and white, Pernand Vergelesses, Chorey Les Beaune, Savigny Les Beaune, but also the first Crus and several Grands Crus: Corton (Bressandes, Clos du Roi) and the famous Corton Charlemagne in white Grand Cru of Burgundy.

Particular care is taken at each stage, both for the vines cultivated with rigor, and for the harvest which is collected by hand and which is then vinified in a traditional way while taking advantage of the various technological evolutions, with a barrel aging of 12 month for white wines and 18 months for red wines.


Savigny Les Beaune

Wine Characteristics

Red: the red is a deep cherry colour with garnet highlights. It boasts a bouquet of small red and black fruits (blackcurrant, cherry, raspberry) and flowers (violet). The body is ample and discreetly tannic and the fruit remains present. Frequently one will find an elegant hint of Morello cherry.
Roundness, volume, power and balance are all here, and in just the right proportions.

White: this wine is sometimes gold with emerald highlights, sometimes pale straw colour. Its nose is flowery and light-hearted. Its bouquet frequently evokes butter and brioche with notes of lemon, grapefruit, and occassionally a touch of minerality. A lively attack helps to make this a clean, straightforward wine - quite fleshy, persistent, and occasionally with a touch of spice.

Wine Steward’s Tip

Red: its solid, mouth-filling power would be a match for good cuts of beef, or even foie gras poêlé. With a crispy roast fowl, the wine’s fleshiness would compensate for a certain dryness in the fibrous flesh of the bird and it would likewise support in the same way more aromatic poultry dishes (glazed or caramelised). For cheeses, it would do better with sweeter-flavoured types such as Chaource, Brie de Meaux, Tomme, Reblochon, Cantal, Mont d’Or, Époisses.
Serving temperature: 15°C.

White: its lively and straightforward attack would suit fresh-water fish in white sauce, omelettes, or scrambled eggs, while its rich and unctuous bouquet would deliver an attractive and restful finish. It proves a worthy companion to goat cheeses, Gruyère, Comté, and Cîteaux.
Serving temperature: 11 to 12°C.


Between the Hill of Corton and Beaune, the landscape opens up like a map unfolding. The hills of the Côte de Beaune recede a little on either side of the little river Rhoin. These vineyards are of ancient lineage. For much of their history, they belonged to the domaine of the Dukes of Bourgogne, to neighbouring religious houses, or to the Knights of Malta. An imposing 14th century castle testifies to the appellation’s aristocratic qualifications. The
AOC status dates from 1937.


The gradient is gentle at first but stiffer as one goes higher. Altitude varies from 250 to 400 metres. The lower slopes consist of alluvia from the Rhoin.
Higher, the geology is that of the Hill of Corton. At the Pernand-Vergelesses end, exposure is southerly and the soils are gravelly with a scattering of oolitic ironstone. Lower down, the red-brown limestone becomes more clayey and pebbly. Opposite, the slope faces East and the limestone soils include some sand.

Source :

Omelettes et oeuf brouillés, poissons d'eau douce.
Fromages : chèvres, comté, citeaux.

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