The Givry reds come from the Pinot Noir grape.
Located on the Côte Chalonnaise, south of Burgundy, the Givry region produces primarily red wines. The parcels face from east to southeast, and range from 240 to 280 meters high.
The grapes are planted on calcareous soil. The subsoil is composed mainly of limestone.
The wine is aged in oak barrels.
A brilliant crimson colour, with purplish glints, the bouquet is reminiscent of aromas which are typical of Pinot Noir (blackcurrant, morello cherry) with liquorice, spices and leather with age. The tannins are present in the mouth but not dominant.This is a racy wine.
Pâtés and meat dishes are the perfect match for this fine wine. Also excellent with roasted or grilled meats served with sauces, as well as soft-crust cheeses such as camembert, reblochon, and brie.
Best consumed within eight years after harvest.
Serving temperature between 16 and 18°C.
Available in bottle.