Magnum Beaune 1er Cru rouge "Les Cents Vignes" 2017

  • Red
  • 150cl

Among the best wine producers of the Côte de Beaune in Burgundy, Domaine Maratray Dubreuil signs here a Beaune 1er Cru Les Cent Vignes 2017 very flexible, ample and of a remarkable balance.
Large Format 150cl "Magnum" for this beautiful red wine from the Côte de Beaune in Burgundy.

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Magnum Beaune 1er Cru rouge "Les Cents Vignes" 2017

  • Complex

  • Powerful

  • Mineral

  • Fruity

  • Woody

 

This prestigious Beaune 1er Cru 2017 signed by domaine Maratray Dubreuil is a great success.

This famous Beaune 1er Cru comes from the place called"Les Cent Vignes". The vineyards of the plot are exposed south-east, at the foot of the mountain of Saint Désiré, on the edge of the first wines of Pommard, with a slope of 5 to 15% and an altitude of 250 to 300m, stony clay-limestone soil.

This Beaune is a flattering and elegant wine with aromas of ripe red fruits, with a mouth that is both structured and velvety.

Still recent, the wine will of course benefit from being kept, even if 2017 is considered a vintage that can be drunk quite quickly.

In Magnum format 150 cl, guard optimized for this Great Red Burgundy.

Operating temperature:

15 to 16°

mets & vins

Full, round Burgundy red wine: pasta and risotto, grilled or roasted pork, roasted veal, sauce or pan-fried, Lamb, poultry, rabbit, roast beef, game birds, liver, kidneys in sauce, skewers, kebab, woks, camembert, brie

caractéristiques

  • Appellation

    Premier Cru
  • Type of Wine

    Quiet
  • Wine Making

    Oak casks
  • Grape Variety

    Pinot Noir
  • Harvest

    Manual
  • Burgundy Region

    Côte de Beaune
  • Vintage

    2017
  • Service

    14 to 16 degrees
  • Custody potential

    2027
appellation

Beaune

Wine Characteristics

Small differences appear, depending on the exact location. Wines from the Northern end of the commune are more often intense and powerful, and those from the southern end are smoother and fuller.
Red: this wine has a striking and vivid colour - a luminous scarlet, introducing aromas of black fruits (blackcurrant, blackberry) and red (cherry, gooseberry), as well as humus and underbrush. When older, it is redolent of truffle, leather, and spices. In youth, it charms the palate with the taste of crunchy fresh grape. Firm, upright and full of juice, it evolves with time, revealing a solid and absolutely convincing structure.
White: this wine boasts a silky gold colour, flecked with green. It has a bouquet of almond, dried fruits, bracken, and white flowers. It may be enjoyed either young “on the fruit” or later for its mouth-filling mellowness.
 

Wine Steward’s Tip


Red: fleshy and generous, the Beaune reveal great aromatic power and solid texture which inevitably partners them with musky and very firm meats such as feathered game, roasted or braised. Cheeses: choose Époisses,
Soumaintrain, Munster, Maroilles...
Serving temperature: 15 to 16°C.
White: their flowery freshness makes them a marvelous match for poultry and veal in creamy sauces, fish tajines, sushi, and grilled sea-fish. When older (and fleshier) they enfold and tame cheeses such as Cîteaux, Comté, and certain goat cheeses.
Serving temperature: 12 to 14°C.
 

Situation

A burgundian icon and capital of Bourgogne’s wine trade, Beaune takes centre place on the world stage during the annual Hospices de Beaune wine auction.
The Hôtel-Dieu, built in the Flamboyant style, the huge silent cellars of the négociants houses, and the wine-growing domaines of the district all attract countless visitors. The Beaune vineyards are among the most extensive of the Côte. From here comes the Pinot vermilion of the Dukes of Bourgogne- a red wine, aromatic and full of fire, whose reputation goes back to the late Middle Ages. The whites, less common, make the best use of soils suited to the Chardonnay grape.
The BEAUNE AOC was established in 1936.
 

Terroirs


In the synclinal of Volnay the Comblanchien limestone disappears into the depths to be replaced by the overlying Rauracian. The slopes are quite steep and the soil (scree-derived black rendzinas) thinnish. On the lower slopes are Argovian marls and deep soils, white, grey or yellow, tinged with red from the iron in the Oxfordian limestone. At the foot of the slope, limestones are mixed with clay. Exposure: east to due south. Altitudes: 220 to 300 metres.

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

Wine Estate

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 19-hectare estate offers several large village appellations such as Aloxe Corton, Ladoix in red as well as white, Pernand Vergelesses, Chorey Les Beaune, Savigny Les Beaune, but also of the first Crus and several Grand Crus of Burgundy: Corton (Bressandes, Clos du Roi) and the famous Corton Charlemagne in The Great White Cru of Burgundy.

Particular attention is taken at each stage, both to the vines grown with rigour, and to the harvest which is picked by hand and which is then vinified in the traditional way while taking advantage of the various technological developments, with a 12-month ageing in barrels for white wines and 18 months for red wines.