Burgundy’s emblematic grape, Pinot Noir is today grown on every continent : a global vineyard aera of nearly 90,000 hectares, including 30,000 hectares in France. Pinot Noir is a delicate grape with thin skin, it produces wines of exquisite finesse with aromas of cherry, raspberry and blackberry. 1711 is a tribute to Jean Loron’s origins based in the South of Burgundy since this date.
Clay-limestone soils. Planting density of 8000 feet / ha
Manual harvest, vinification in Burgundian tradition with de-stemming and long maceration.
This Pinot Noir, delicate and luscious, present a typical expression of Pinot Noir with aromas of cherries, kirsch, raspberries and a delicate spiciness. The mouth is velvety, elegant and complex.
Food suggestions: Ribeye, grilled meats, lamb, cheese
Serving temperature from 15 to 18 °C