Region: Burgundy, France
Grape: Pinot Noir
An attractively broad-ranging nose presents notes of violet, plum, red currant, earth and plenty of sauvage character. There is a copious amount of dry extract that both imparts a velvety texture to the medium-bodied flavors as well as buffers the moderately firm tannic spine on the balanced finale that delivers excellent depth and length for a villages level effort. This is notably ripe but retains good freshness and this is worth your attention plus it could be drunk with pleasure young.
Remoissenet Péreet Fils was founded in Burgundy in 1877 and is currently head quartered in a striking 14th century building in Beaune. For the last part of the 20th century, it operated as a négociant and producer and was managed by the venerable Roland Remoissenet. However, in 2005, Remoissenet started a new chapter in its generations-long history by selling the 7.5-acre estate to American investors and a Canadian wine importer. Pierre-Antoine Rovani, once a writer for Wine Advocate, was installed as General Manager of the domaine and he is joined by Bernard Repolt (former president of Louis Jadot) who was made Commercial Director and winemaker Claudie Jobard.
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