Pairs well with: red meats
This variety is dominant in Burgundy, where it originates. It is one of the most cultivated varieties in the world. Its juices are colourless, which is why it is also possible to produce white wines, which are called 'Blanc de Noirs' for example Champagne, Crémant. The soil is made up of clay and limestone. Vinification - maceration takes place over 8 days in a stainless steel tank.The grapes are pressed at a density of 1030 at a controlled temperature until the end of fermentation. Fermentation is carried out on oak barrels and the wine is aged in them for 12 months. When archiving the wine, it is advisable to respect the following 3 rules: no light, no temperature changes and constant humidity. This wine is particularly suited to red meats.