The fruit was allowed to ferment spontaneously, aged for 14 months in French oak barrels, then bottled by hand with no fining or filtration. The result is a wine that balances red fruit flavours with earth, spice and dried herbs, and which will develop further complexity with bottle ageing.
Pairing Suggestions: Try with game stews, beef tartare, or Epoisses or Crottin de Chavignol cheeses
Sweetness Level: Dry
Grape Varieties: Pinot Noir
Bottle | 750 ml | 13% alc./vol.