|Winery||Denis & Didier Berthollier|
|Grapes||Gamay, Pinot noir|
|Inventory||In Stock (161)|
The nose combines finesse and generally sophisticated flavors of Pinot Noir (red fruit brandy) to the more rustic and mineral nature of gamay (peat and graphite).
The whole is a balanced wine, slightly tannic retaining a crisp side of ripe red fruits. Freshness and digestibility that does not tire the palate.
We could confine him to shepherd dishes, during a picnic or barbecue, accompanying salads, sausages and grilled meats.
Glacial moraine clay and silt
20 to 30 years old vines.
15 to 20% barrels aging
The Domaine Berthollier, located in Chignin and was founded in 1850. The fith generation, Denis and Didier, joined the family domaine in 1996. They now own 11ha of Jacquere, Bergeron, Altesse and Mondeuse, all farmed organically.
They created new “parcellaires” cuvees in 2013 to better express their various terroirs .
Their white wines are pure and delicate while their reds show a nice crunchy fruit.