Saint-Romain rouge

Saint - Romain
Wine-growing region
Côte de Beaune
Type of wine/dt>
Still dry wine
Soil type
Clay limestone
Grape variety
100 % Pinot noir
By hand
Average yield
48 HL / hectare
14,000 Bottles/Year
Aged in oak barrels, 8 to 9 months old
Ruby and black cherry colour of good intensity. Its bouquet is reminiscent of small red fruits (redcurrant, raspberry and cherry). After 4 to 5 years, its aromas evolve towards mature fruit, spices and smoke with fine, elegant tannins. It can be drunk while young, but can be cellared for ten years. The elegant, velvety profile of this classic Burgundy wine is accompanied by a fragrant and sometimes smoky nose that makes it a perfect match for with white meat and poultry in a light sauce. It is also good paired with a lightly fried veal chop or veal blanquette. For cheeses, it goes best with soft, creamy cheeses such as Brillat-Savarin or Cîteaux.
Keep for
3 - 8 yearss
Serve at
13 à 15 °C