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Premier Cru Santenay « Beaurepaire »

  • 2013
  • 2012
  • Grape variety


  • Age of the vines

    23 years

  • Area

    0.57 ha

  • Appellation

    Santenay is located right south to Chassagne Montrachet and is the most southern village of Burgundy famous "Cote D'or" ("Golden Coast") region. The etymology of Santenay is most probably connected to the word "Sanctus" which refers to a sacred place before Christian era. The appellation, 140 ha of planted vines, is composed of three areas, one next to Chassagne, one around the village and one just south of the village. It is today mainly a Pinot Noir planted appellation however the Chardonnay are revealing high potential there.

  • Vineyard

    Elevation: from 250m to 340m. Vines trained in Guyot style. South-east facing, pebbly clay-limestone soil, slope gradient 30%.

  • Date of harvest

    30th of September 2013

  • Ageing

    10 months, 25% new French oak

  • Date of bottling

    10th of February 2015

  • Guard time

    Ready to drink now until 2021 and more

  • Temperature


  • Characteristic

    After the challenges thrown with the vintage 2012, we were hoping for a peaceful 2013.But capricious Mother Nature had other ideas. Defying all weather forecasts, she never let up. After a long winter, a gloomy spring and a fine, providential summer, our pickers had to wait until the end of September to take up secateurs.

  • Wine-food pairing

    langoustine bisque, stewed Blanquette of veal, fish or fattened hen with cream sauce, scallops, shellfish, crustaceans...

  • Tasting note

    Good weight and freshness, nice notes of exotic fruits and apricots with a lively palate and lovely, lingering aromas.

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