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Vines Pinot Nero ( %)

Color: Bright ruby ​​red.
Smell: The nose is elegant and intense with notes of fresh black cherry and raspberry. Light spicy tones.
Taste: Medium-bodied on the palate, beautiful rusticity typical of Pernand reds. A finish of crunchy fresh cherries and a good persistence.
Food pairing: Perfect for red meat and game dishes, first courses with meat sauces, cold cuts and aged cheeses, but also mushroom, egg and tuna dishes.

Production area: The plots are located at the bottom of the Pernand hill, some are Premier Cru and the climat is "Les Fichots".
Soil: Clay and limestone, deep soil with red clay.
Surface: 1.4 ha.
Average age of the vineyard: 30 years.
Average production: 8,000 bottles.
Harvest: Manual and selection.
Vinification: 100% destemmed grapes and traditionally vinified in temperature controlled stainless steel vats for 15 days.
Aging: From 12 to 15 months, also partially in oak barrels, as well as in stainless steel tanks, with 15% of new oak.

Domaine Dubreuil-Fontaine

The Domaine, based in PernandVergelesses, was founded in 1879 and currently has 20 hectares of property and the production of 20 labels, ranging from simple Bourgogne to the prized Grand Cru. The company, which can count on a splendid vineyard park characterized by the high presence of old vines (average age: 40 years), mainly produces wines red but 25% of the production is dedicated to white wines, in particular in the famous appellations of Pernand and Corton. The corporate style, never invasive, tends to enhance the characteristics of the available terroirs: the use of new wood is park (at most 30% on the Grand Cru), the cold premaceration in the reds is limited to a few days (so that it does not affect the typicality) while the batonnage in whites is carried out at most once a week to preserve the integrity and protect the wine from the possibility of premature oxidation. Christine Greuil-Dubreuil, who succeeded his father Bernard in 1991, has been running the Domaine for two decades.

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