Maison Chatelets Hautes Cotes de Nuits 2018
This heavily discounted Burgundy (regular price would be $64.99/bottle) is made by the quality-driven estate of Domaine de Rochebin. It is made from old vine Pinot Noir planted in the early 1970s. The Domaine itself was founded over one hundred years ago.
Look for red fruit (strawberry and cherry) and hints of violets and spice. Fine, medium- bodied tannins on the palate with soft and refreshing acidity round out this savoury Burgundian red. Utterly delicious on its own and versatile with food.
For wine lovers looking for that rare bottle of Red Burgundy that truly over delivers for the price. This Pinot Noir will stand out on the shelf for being one of the very few offerings under $45.00
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About Maison Chatelets
This Hautes Cotes de Nuits is 100% Pinot Noir grown from hillside vineyards that surround the domaine. This patchwork of climates and terroirs together with old vines is the secret behind this Pinot: the grapes are slowly matured in perfect weather conditions and produce a crisp and elegantly balanced wine. All the vineyards are situated on cool hillside slopes, the key to achieving a ripe yet elegant style of Pinot Noir.
SKU: 445183 Category: Red Tag: Maison Chatelet
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