Barrel-aged for 24 months.
Burgundy is often presented as a wine growing area selling expensive and rare wines. This is true, but only in part. The lower echelons of the Burgundy hierarchy are occupied by a category of relatively affordable wines: the so called 'regional appellations'. They can be completely representative of the best quality wines enjoyed in Burgundy homes: aromatic finesse; long on the palate and elegant. Prepared with care and matured slowly, as is the case in Maison Fatien, a 'simple' Burgundy Pinot Noir can reveal an excellent cellaring quality and an aromatic complexity which are capable of making more prestigious appellations turn green with envy.
- Food pairings
Charcuterie, rillettes and brochettes.
ST JOSEPH Pinot Noir