Chanzy, Bourgogne, Hautes Côtes De Beaune Rouge, France, 2021
Maison Chanzy is a highly respected Burgundian producer, their wines are a classical demonstration of premium vineyard sites in Côte Chalonnaise, Côte de Beaune and Côte de Nuits.
Their range has been carefully engineered by winemaker Max Blondelle, whose primary task is to create wines that eloquently communicate their respective terroir, whilst remaining hands-off in his approach. As such, Chanzy are one of the few Burgundy producers to achieve Haute Valeur Environnementale level 3; the most highly regarded certification for agriculture in France.
This is the regional appellation for the Hautes Côtes vinayear in Côte d'Or. It was officaily created in 1961. The appellation extends over the Côte d'Or, in the twelce Hautes Côtes communes and on heights of ten Côte de Beaune communes. In Saône-et-Loire, it stretches over four Hautes Côtes municipalities as well as the heights of three Côte de Beaune municipalities.
A traditional red wine fermentation without malolactic. Aged in oak barrel, 10% of which was new oak.
Type: 228l barrel
% wine oaked: 100
% new oak: 10
A very approachable Pinot Noir, charming and full of character with ripe red and black berry fruit aromas and flavours with sweet spice and fine tannins
A great match with salmon or other fatty fish, roasted chicken or pasta dishes.
Pinot Noir 100%
6 x 75cl