Savigny lès BeauneSavigny lès Beaune

Grown between the Corton hill and the village of Beaune, our Savigny boasts a deep cherry-red robe and a bouquet of small red and black fruits (raspberry, blackcurrant) and flowers (violets).

In the mouth, this wine is tannic and powerful with its body and roundness bringing it balance.

Product type: French Red wine, Pinot Noir, Côte de Beaune, Burgundy, France (Dept. Côte d'Or)

Vineyard location: South-westerly exposed vineyard in a renowned wine-growing village to the north of Beaune, in the Côte de Beaune appellation.

Vine population: Pinot Noir – 10,000 vine stocks per hectare

Average age of vines: Approximately 30 years old.

Wine-growing terroir: Gravelly clay and limestone soil.

Bottle closure: premium natural cork and capsule.

Wine-making techniques:  Maceration in vats for two to three weeks, regular pushing down of skins by hand (pigeages) and pumping-over, 18 months' maturing in oak barrels.

Tasting notes & ageing potential: deep ruby robe; full-bodied wine beyond compare with the intensity and mouth-filling texture that define a grand Burgundy

Serving temperature: 15°C.


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Medals and Awards (Savigny lès Beaune)

Vintage: 2009

Tasteviné by the Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin 2011

Savigny lès Beaune

Suggested accompaniments:

The perfect partner for a good cut of beef, roast venison or warm pan-fried foie gras.


Acidity: 3,8g
Alcohol: 13,0%
Residual sugar: 0g