Pierre Meurgey is a fourth-generation winemaker and trader. He was trained by his father before becoming Director of Operations of a well-known negociant (Maison Champy) in Beaune. Pierre is omnipresent in the vineyards from pruning to bud break to harvest, offering his expertise in biodynamic agriculture. Pierre’s ‘purist’ philosophy is to reveal the specifications of each “Terroir”. Through his own label or with Domaine Clos de la Chapelle, Pierre is growing a big range of appellations from Cote de Beaune to Cote de Nuits.
France - Burgundy - Cote de Beaune
19 in stock
Ruby colour. Floral aromas with red currant and dark berry notes. Medium palate with firm structure. Nice finish with very good minerality.
From 3 years to 10 years.
Sorting table. Cold maceration for 6 to 7 days and temperatures brought up slightly. 3 weeks maceration. No fining or filtering. 30% new oak barrel with medium toast.
Should be served between 15 to 16 degrees.
Beaune's appellation is an 'easy going' appellation, meaning that it can go perfectly with your starters as well as with your main course like chicken, pork, grilled tuna and cheeses like goat cheese and fresh cow cheese.
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