A Côte de Beaune appellation which takes its name from the village of Savigny-Lès-Beaune. The Savigny-Lès-Beaune appellation covers 383 hectares, 144 being classified as Premier Cru and 90% producing red wines.
Please note that this is an imported wine and cannot legally be shipped to GA, IA, IL, IN, LA, ME, MI, MO, MT, SD, VA or WV.Appearance:
Golden yellow and brilliant.
Floral and citrusy, with a lighly oaked background.
Fresh and lively, straight and tight.Vintage Notes:
Grapes were hand-picked and collected in small perforated cases. The whole bunches were gently pressed for a long time to get the best quality of juice possible. The must temperature was then lowered to 12° C to postpone the beginning of fermentation and allow for settling over 48 hours. Once cleared, the alcoholic fermentation could start in tanks using the “indigenous” yeasts. The must was then transferred in French oak barrels for a 9 months-ageing period using 15% new oak barrels which underwent a long firing at low temperature for light, subtle, delicate oak flavours. The malolactic fermentation was not completed to keep some tension in the wine and we only stirred it twice during its maturing with this same purpose.
Meats & Fish:Delicate White Fish or Poultry Dishes; Oysters on the half shellCheese & Nuts:Chèvre, Comté, and CîteauxFruits & Vegetables:Asian pearsSauces:Caper-Basil VinaigretteGrains:White rice dishes
- Appellation: Savigny-Lès-Beaune
- Varietal: 100% Pinot Blanc
- Aging: 9 Months, 15% New oak
- Aging Potential: 8+ Years
- Serving Temp: 55-57 ºF