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Vines Pinot Nero ( %)

Color: Bright ruby ​​red with garnet hue, excellent transparency and transparency.
Smell: The nose is rich and intense, with a note of small red fruits, cherry, currant and strawberries, delicately toasted note with balsamic hints, ferrous and earthy tones.
Taste: On the palate the sip is tense, fresco and balanced with tannins of mobile workmanship, aromas of small red fruits lengthen the refined and very long persistence.
Food pairings: Fine red meat dishes, game, cured meats and cheeses, mushroom and truffle dishes.

Cru: The 1er Cru Pezerolles is located on the Beaune side of Pommard and the 45 year old vines of Billard are halfway up the slope, near the Clos des Mouches. Billard-Gonnet's production expresses attention and character with a strong link between acidity and a gentle earthy/ferrous side, typical classic expression of Pommard's Pinot Noir.
Vinification and aging: alcoholic fermentation with maceration, aging in spent oak barrels for 18 months.

Domaine Billard-Gonnet

A family estate that has its roots until 1766, Billard-Gonnet, sees its current manager in the figure of Philippe Billard. The company vineyard park covers a dozen hectares, mostly located in the municipalities of Pommard (Chaponnieres, Pezerolles and Rugiens Bas) and Beaune, where an exceptional white is made: the Clos de Mouches Premier Cru. In the vineyard and in the cellar there are no special recipes: the harvest is manual, the sorting on the "table de trie" is meticulous, the refinements in wood (the barriques are most of the times exhausted) rightly high and aimed at smoothing out the impetuousness territorial. In short, Philippe stands as a true bulwark of tradition and produces wines with a classic profile, moderately austere and with a great perspective in terms of longevity.

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