This wine made from Pinot Noir offers a deep purplish, black cherry hue, and aromas of peony, violet, and red fruit with a hint of licorice. The attack in incisive, with solid tannins constructing a robust palate, with a superbly refined texture.
FOOD & WINE PAIRINGS
Its aromatic diversity allows a harmonious pairing with a braised beef or roast duck, couscous, vegetable spaghetti with tomato sauce
Madame Veuve Point is the unique story of a woman winemaker whose Pouilly-Fuisse won the Grand Prize at the Saint Louis world’s fair, in the USA in 1904. Today, Geraldine Point has picked up the torch from her great-great-grandmother and will guide you to discover all the diversity of Burgundy with over 30 AOP wines mainly from the most famous Villages.
VINIFICATION & AGEING
The location of the vineyards is ideal with exposures between East and South. The soil is composed of oolite limestones, white oolite, marls, and kidney-shaped limestones, and lower oolite on a layer of marl. Upon arrival in cellar, grapes are undergoing traditional Burgundian vinification process. Just a touch of oak is enough to enhance the typicity of this pinot noir and soften its tannis.
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