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Burlenberg (Red)

Burlenberg (Red)

Terroir of silicified oolithic crinoidal limestone 

The characters of complanted BURLENBERG come almost exclusively from its terroir of silicified oolithic crinoidal limestone, close to those found in Côtes de Nuits (Clos de Bèze - Bajocian crinoidal limestone). This hard limestone forms a degraded limestone soil, dirty yellow, thin, light, clay-free, low fertility, limited water and rich in limestone, gravel and scree granite. This floor accommodates beautifully Pinot Noir where it is conferred a marked color, qualitative tannin, a certain virility and a great ability to be aged.

(Complantation of Pinot Noir and Beurot)

Ageing Potential: 15 years. Can be served now, decanted 1 hour before serving.

Food pairing : Red meats, small game. A big reference agreement: the pigeon.

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  • vue d'ensemble burlenberg
  • maceration Burlenberg
  • Cave d'élevage du Burlenberg
  • tri au Burlenberg
  • Sol du Burlenberg
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