BOURGOGNE HAUTES CÔTES DE BEAUNE Rouge 2018

The Hautes Côtes de Beaune red wines, with their rather dark color, are pleasant, supple, perky and fruity. Seductive by their freshness, they have a firm flavor enhanced by good acidity on discreet tannins. Light in structure, they evolve rapidly over 3 to 7 years depending on the vintage.

The Lycée Viticole de Beaune produces this wine from 2 plots: the first on the experimental site of Mont Battois, in the town of Savigny les Beaune, for a surface area of ​​2.58 ha Pinot noir clones and the second on the commune of Bouze les Beaune on 1.08 ha.

The vineyard of Mont Battois is established on a skeletal soil of the brown clay-limestone type, superficial and stony with a slight slope of 3 to 5%, hence an east-south-east orientation. The situation at the top of the coast explains the precocity and the quality of this sector for this appellation.

Vinification is done with a short maceration of 6 to 8 days. The pigeages are very limited to have a balanced, supple and fresh wine. The aging is done in part in vats and the other in barrels for a more or less important part depending on the years, over a period of six to nine months

Data sheet

Height
BOURG HTES COTES DE BEAUNE
Width
rouge
Depth
2018
Weight
13
Compositions
Polyester
Styles
Military
Properties
Vin gourmand
Cépage :
Pinot Noir
Gamme :
VILLAGE