Nuits Saint Georges
Nuits-Saint-Georges is considered as Côte de Nuits’ capital, it is in fact the last village of the Côte de Nuits. Everything is a question of topography and soil. Grounds consist essentially of limestone and marl. It is close to one of the famous Grands Crus village, which is Vosne-Romanée. The grapes were harvested by hand in small volume cases to avoid crushing and then brought to the winery for hand sorting on the sorting bench.
Red ruby color.
The nose is densely concentrated and rich, with aromas of black red fruits.
To the mouth, It's rich with exceptional concentration.
Paved by Rump steak with sauce, filet mignon of pork and chutney, also soft cheeses.
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