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Bourgogne « Aux Seurrets » (2021)

The "Bourgogne Aux Seurrets" is a red wine made from Pinot Noir grapes, originating from the Aux Seurrets parcel located in the lower part of the Pommard village, on the plain side in the Côte de Beaune region. This wine is produced exclusively from grapes of this specific parcel, which is characterized by its gravelly soil. Despite being a regional appellation, it expresses a robust character similar to its famous neighboring areas.

The vineyard practices organic and biodynamic farming to maintain soil vitality and enhance microbiological activities, avoiding chemical inputs and employing soil cultivation and winter grassing. The winemaking process is minimally interventionist, involving manual harvesting with sorting on a vibrating table and a sorting table. The grapes are 30% to 70% destemmed depending on the vintage.

The fermentation is slow, spanning 15 to 20 days using indigenous yeasts in concrete vats. Daily pumping over is done to fix the color and aromas naturally and monitored under the influence of alcoholic fermentation. The wine undergoes pneumatic pressing and is aged in barrels (5 to 10% new) for 10 months without racking. It is neither filtered nor fined and has minimal sulfite addition.

Produced by Clos du Moulin Aux Moines, the vineyard covers 0.53 hectares, planted in 2014 on clay-limestone soil, at an altitude of 200 meters with a north-south exposure. The vine density is 10,000 vines per hectare, yielding 30 to 38 hectoliters per hectare. The wine has a potential aging period of 2 to 7 years.