Cotes de Beaune Villages Domaine Prieur Brunet 2010
- Cote de Beaune
- Domaine Prieur Brunet
- Pinot Noir
- Oaked Style
- Lightly oaked
- Body Style
- Light bodied
- Alcohol Content (%)
- Closure Style
- Organic / Biodynamic
From the hill of Corton running south to the town of Beaune and Santenay at it`s tip, the Côte de Beaune represents the southern half of the vineyards of Côte d`Or. It is famous for its mix of Grand and Premier Cru white and red wines including Montrachet, Corton, Puligny, Pommard and Volnay.
Jean Claude Prior acquired a vineyard holding in Santenay and established his Domaine in 1804. In 1955, descendant Guy Prior, married Elisabeth Brunet of Meursault whos family vineyard was consolidated within the estate. The current vineyard holding of over 20 hectares is spread across the six major wine-producing villages of the Côte de Beaune, and allows a wide diversity of high quality wines.
The Cote de Beaune Villages comes from selected sites that produce an elegant red Burgundy with soft, accessible Pinot fruit balanced by supple tannins and an assertive structure. There is a seductive perfumed bouquet and hints of cherry and raspberry on the palate, the hallmarks of classic red Burgundy.
A seductive perfumed bouquet with hints of cherry and raspberry balanced by supple tannins and an assertive structure.
Will match warm goat`s cheese salad, coq au vin, grilled white meats, pasta dishes and mild soft cheeses.
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