Maranges « En Goty »

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  • Grape variety

    Pinot Noir

  • Age of the vines

    40 years

  • Area

    0.36 ha

  • Appellation

    The Maranges area, which grows mainly Pinot Noir plus some Chardonnay, forms a link between the Côte-d'Or and the Saône-et-Loire. Its vineyards are interlocked with those of neighbouring Santenay, with which it shares some well-thought-of Premiers Crus. The vineyards mostly have a South/South-westerly exposure and lie at altitudes of 240-400 metres. Depending on the location some brown limestone soils and limey marls cand be found as well.

  • Vineyard

    Cordon de Royat style pruning. Change of stakes, input of a fourth wire to favorize the ripeness and improve the quality of the grapes. Average yields between 28 & 35 hectoliters per hectare, low vigor. Soil maintenance, Ploughing, manual digging when requires, interceps maintenance.

  • Date of harvest

    16th of September 2014

  • Ageing

    12 months, 15% new French Oak

  • Date of bottling

    March 2016

  • Guard time

    Ready to drink now until 2020 and more

  • Temperature


  • Characteristic

    After the dormant winter period, the vines returned to life in clement, warm and dry conditions. At the end of June, the weather changed, becoming cool and damp, but ripening continued nonetheless. The return of the sun and a northerly wind - the signature of September in the Bourgogne wine region - led to ideal conditions for the vines to reach full maturity. Picking began in mid-September in a serene and sunny atmosphere.

  • Wine-food pairing

    Poultry and red meats, grilled spare-ribs and barbecued pork

  • Tasting note

    Crispy aromas with a deep aromatic intensity (especially red fruits such as cherry). Warm and fluid, its tannic structure is notably delicate and subtle. The mouth, fresh, and tinged with liquorice, lays down a meaty foundation for peppery flavours. A great wine!

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