Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune – Domaine Doudet

Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune
Domaine Doudet
Grape variety
Pinot Noir
Controlled appellation Classified regional appellation of Burgundy, our Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune is harvested on two parcels located less than one kilometre from the village of Savigny-les-Beaune that they overlook with a beautiful exhibition east-southeast.
Local soil Mainly clay and limestone mixed upon old marls. Culture done without chemical treatments (Lutte raisonnée)
Wine-making Manuel handy harvested in small boxes. In the winery, a strict selection of each grape is done by hand on a conveyor and a destemming is done. Following, a long fermentation in open wooden vats is done during 18 days before a pneumatic press. Without pumping and by gravity, the future wine is transferred down in the cellars into oak barrels.

Maturation in oak barrels for 13 months (including 10% new oak and the balance in barrel of one and two years)

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Character and style This Bourgogne Hautes-Côtes de Beaune will be appreciated after a few months in bottle. Its brilliant ruby colour is accompanied by a nose of nice ripped black fruits were appears mainly the aromas of blackberry and blackcurrant. On the palate the wine is tender and meaty. The pleasant palate is coated with some fine tannins and also a slightly spicy finish.
Ageing and service To keep 3 to 4 years. Temperature of service: 15-17°C.

We suggest all white and poultry as well as roasted or grilled meats to accord with this wine very easily adapted to the simple food (sausages, meats, pâtés, rabbit in mustard sauce, veal escalope with cream, or roulade). This is a very accessible wine and a bottle of nice character.