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The wine
This cuvée is made from a surprising blend of Pinot meunier, the emblematic grape variety of the Orléans appellation, and Pinot noir.
Location
Situated north of the Loire, between Beauce and Sologne, the "Orléans" appellation area covers approximately 80 hectares.
Terroir
The vines thrive on a silica-gravel type soil ensuring a fruity, supple and beautifully mature wine.
Vinification
Cold pre-fermentation maceration to ensure aromatic extraction of the grapes, followed by traditional fermentation. Short maceration with gentle extraction to preserve the fruitiness and lightness of our wines.
Ageing
Aged in the cellar before bottling.
Varietals
Pinot meunier : 80%
Pinot Noir : 20%

Advice

Serving
Served at room temperature (14-16°C).
Tasting notes
Bright ruby red colour. The delicate nose reveals notes of cooked fruits (prune) on a background of spices. The attack is supple. The palate is supple and light, balanced by fine tannins. Warm finish with cooked fruit aromas.
Food and wine pairings
This wine will accompany cold meats, poultry (roast chicken), spicy grills, fish, game birds (partridge with red fruits), fresh cheeses.