Burgundy vineyards are well known for their history. Here, there are Pinot Noir and Gamay grapes for the red wine and Chardonnay and Aligote grapes for the white wine. The mention of appellation or plot (Clos) is very important, as on the same vineyard, different winemakers can produce a wines of different quality. Of course, the prestigious wines like premier crus and grand crus are the most desirable, but with 84 quality geographic areas which are full of wines to discover. After years of tasting and experience, we have selected the quintessential wines.

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2011 Cotes de Nuits Villages Rouge Domaine Truchetet (Bottle - 1/75cl)

The vines here are slightly younger, than the Nuits Saint Georges, still on average over 50 years though. The elevage is almost identical, totally de-stemmed with a cold maceration before fermentation. The fruit is a bit more forward, charming and vibrant. Try is with red meats.


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2015 Cotes de Nuits Village Rouge Domaine Truchetet (Bottle - 1/75cl)

Aged for around 16 months in oak, the wine is then transferred back into the steel tanks before being bottled. This is a dry red wine, with silky tannins, flavours of red fruits are dominant on the palate. Ideal to serve alongside food, try this with a beef dish.


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2011 Hautes Cotes de Nuits Blanc Domaine Truchetet (Bottle - 1/75cl)

The wine is aged in oak barrels for a minimum of 8 months before being returned to the steel tanks, and then bottled. This is a fresh and dry white wine, with citrus flavours of lemon and a definite floral note. This will be delicious served with a simple fish dish.


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