Fixin 2018
  • Fixin 2018

Fixin 2018 red

  • Red
  • 75 cl

Fixin 2018 of the Domaine Michel Noëllat. This red fixin has all the qualities of the great wines of the famous Côte de Nuits: power, richness and robustness, but with elegance.

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Fixin 2018 red

  • Complex

  • Powerful

  • Mineral

  • Fruity

  • Woody

Fixin 2018 - Domaine Michel Noëllat

Produced on and around the town of Fixin in Côte de Nuits in Burgundy, this great red wine is one of the renowned appellations of Burgundy wine.

The Fixin 2018 of the Domaine Michel Noëllat offers the best of the characteristics of the Fixin appellation: delicately coloured, it is a robust and robust wine with tannins present. Particularity: even young, it will already offer woody and wild aromas, such as musk or fur.

Entirely manual harvest, aging oak barrels including 10% of new barrels.

Possible keeping 5 to 10 years.


Wine serving temperature: 15 to 16°


mets & vins

Red wine of tannic Burgundy - Corsé: grilled or roasted pork, steaks or ribs of beef, cobblestones and beef steaks, braised beef in sauce, furry game, couscous and tagines, Epoisse


  • Appellation

  • Type of Wine

  • Wine Making

    Oak casks
  • Grape Variety

    Pinot Noir
  • Harvest

  • Burgundy Region

    Côte de Nuits
  • Vintage

  • Service

    14 to 16 degrees
  • Custody potential



Wine Characteristics

The Fixin appellation, which received official recognition in 1936, produces both appellations Village and Premier Cru. Production is largely of reds (Pinot Noir) but there are some plots of white (Chardonnay). The reds are what are known as “winter wines” because they need to spend some time in bottle. High-colored, they are a brilliant deep purple or what the Burgundians call “deep mid-red”. The bouquet comprises flower scents (violet, peony), fruits (blackcurrant, Morello cherry, quince), animal scents, musk and pepper. Cherry-pit is also quite common. Often tannic and a little hard in their youth, with age the Fixin acquire a heightened and rounded attack and solid structure. Their fullness is remarkable and their texture delicate.

Wine Steward’s Tip

Red: masculine yet delicate, its tannic structure makes it a worthy partner for good cuts of meat such as braised pork, beef rib steak with parsley, or poultry stews including their Indian variants (curry, tandoori). However, the delicacy of its aromas and of its finish also makes it a candidate for more inventive combinations such as paella, tapas, or spring-rolls. As far as cheese is concerned, it suits the delicacy of a Chaource, the lusciousness of a Comté, or the strong flavours of an Époisses.
Serving temperature: 13 to 15°C.

White: partners superbly with the burgundian specialty of cold parsleyed ham (jambon persillé), shellfish, crustaceans, fish or poultry in white sauces, blue cheeses, and goat cheese such as Crottin de Chavignol.
Serving temperature: 11 to 13°C.


Fixin (pronounced “Fissin”) is situated in the Côte de Nuits region between Dijon and Gevrey-Chambertin. In 1860 it merged with the neighbouring hamlet of Fixey. As well as wine-cellars, attractions for visitors include the 10th century church of Saint-Antoine, the manor of La Perrière where once the monks of Cîteaux came to enjoy the good air and the good wine, François Rude’s famous statue in the Parc Noisot of Napoleon in the process of becoming immortal, a particularly handsome communal laundry and the slate-covered village breadoven. Here there are a thousand things to see, not to mention many welcoming wine cellars.


The Premiers Crus plots are on reasonably homogenous brown limestone soils with east to south-east exposures and at 350 to 380 metres of altitude. In some spots (Hervelets, for example) the soil is more marly. The remaining plots are on lower ground at the foot of the slopes and the soil is a mixture of limestone and marl.

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Domaine Michel Noëllat

One of the oldest wine-growing families in Vosne Romanée, Domaine Michel Noëllat et fils is nourished by a unique know-how associated with innovative ideas.

Domaine Michel Noëllat in Vosne Romanée produces village, premier crus and Grands Crus de Bourgogne appellations from the Côte de Nuits.

The harvest and vinification are done in a very demanding way: for red wines, the grapes are harvested by hand, sorted, and then transported to the winery in small tanks to avoid crushing the berries and early oxidation.

They are completely destemmed and then put into open stainless steel tanks, the temperatures being controlled by thermo-regulation.

The reds macerate at low temperature for 3 days and then fermentation takes place in the vats for about 2 weeks.

Regular pumping over is carried out and the cap is picked 4 to 5 times during the vinification period.

The wines are aged in French oak barrels of various origins.
The proportion of new barrels is between 30% for the villages and 50% for the 1er Crus and Grands Crus.

Bottling is carried out after 15 to 18 months of ageing in barrels.