Coteaux Bourguignons is a recent appellation (2011). It allows Burgundy’s red varietals, Pinot Noir and Gamay, to express all of their freshness. Though the soils are all composed of calcareous clay, the diversity of the terroirs that span the region from north to south gives this wine lovely, complex aromas and flavours.
A fruity spicy nose with notes of cherry, redcurrant and liquorice with a touch of rose petal. Full-bodied and delectable on the palate with pleasing tannins and a hint of toast.Serve this wine with red meats, roasted or grilled poultry, dishes served in sauce, and mild cheeses.