ANDRE GOICHOT - Pommard

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Product SKU
BU111
Vintage: 2016

ANDRE GOICHOT - Pommard, Burgundy, FRANCE

A crystal, clear, cherry red in colour; on nose: Complex and powerful, predominantly fruity (Morello cherries, citrus fruits, fresh figs). Oaky with scents of woodland undergrowth and spices. And finally on palate: firm with a vivid bouquet. A wonderfully well-balanced wine.

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RM340.00
Country FRANCE Region Burgundy Grape Varietal Pinot Noir

Product Description

Description

Dense dark ruby in colour, with a wealth of fruit on the nose, this starts well and finishes even better, with lovely fruit and oak balance. The Pommard tannins are nicely tamed.

How to pair it

  • Meat Matches perfectly with game meat, sauces in general
  • Cheese Any tasty cheeses

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Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Pinot Noir
Vintage 2016
Region Burgundy
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Andre Goichot
Producer Andre Goichot
Average Age of Vines 40 YEARS
Fermentation and Maceration maceration and vinification take 2 to 3 weeks with indigenous yeasts. Maceration and fermentation temperatures under total control. Total control of the process of extraction; extraction gives colour and substance but should never be detrimental to the finesse and typical character of the wine. "Pigeage" (punching down of the cap during fermentation): once a day until half of fermentation is done; one pumping over ("remontage") per day till the end of the fermentation.
Aging 10 to 12 months ageing in oak barrels
Mouth Attribute Balanced, Herbal, Oaky
Nose Attribute Dark Fruit, Red Berries, Spices
SKU BU111

Vineyard Info

Founded in 1947 close to Meursault, Andre Goichot is a thriving family company that took a great step forward in 2000 by building new premises near Beaune. Even though our eyes are turned towards the future, we have a deep respect for tradition. A careful tasting and selection of each wine has been carried out by André Goichot himself. The whole harvest is vinified, matured, bottled and marketed at André Goichot winehouse. This success story bears witness to André Goichot’s commitment to creating a future for the company. This wine is made in the Village Appellation of the Côte Chalonnaise, coming from Saint Vallerin, one of the four producing communes of Montagny. White wines only!

Description

Dense dark ruby in colour, with a wealth of fruit on the nose, this starts well and finishes even better, with lovely fruit and oak balance. The Pommard tannins are nicely tamed.

How to pair it

  • Meat Matches perfectly with game meat, sauces in general
  • Cheese Any tasty cheeses

Awards

More Information
Product Type Red Wine
Grape Varietal Pinot Noir
Vintage 2016
Region Burgundy
Country FRANCE
Winemakers Andre Goichot
Producer Andre Goichot
Average Age of Vines 40 YEARS
Fermentation and Maceration maceration and vinification take 2 to 3 weeks with indigenous yeasts. Maceration and fermentation temperatures under total control. Total control of the process of extraction; extraction gives colour and substance but should never be detrimental to the finesse and typical character of the wine. "Pigeage" (punching down of the cap during fermentation): once a day until half of fermentation is done; one pumping over ("remontage") per day till the end of the fermentation.
Aging 10 to 12 months ageing in oak barrels
Mouth Attribute Balanced, Herbal, Oaky
Nose Attribute Dark Fruit, Red Berries, Spices
SKU BU111

Founded in 1947 close to Meursault, Andre Goichot is a thriving family company that took a great step forward in 2000 by building new premises near Beaune. Even though our eyes are turned towards the future, we have a deep respect for tradition. A careful tasting and selection of each wine has been carried out by André Goichot himself. The whole harvest is vinified, matured, bottled and marketed at André Goichot winehouse. This success story bears witness to André Goichot’s commitment to creating a future for the company. This wine is made in the Village Appellation of the Côte Chalonnaise, coming from Saint Vallerin, one of the four producing communes of Montagny. White wines only!