Domaine Vincent Dureuil-Janthial Coteaux Bourguignons 2020


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Alcohol: 13%

Grape(s): 90% Pinot noir et 10% Gamay

Localization: Burgundy, France

Tasting Notes: A fruity, lively red (formerly the estate’s Passetoutgrains) of Pinot Noir and Gamay (10% of blend), this is tailor-made for spring al fresco dining and casual dinners among friends. Wonderful depth and length for “just” a Coteaux Bourguignons!

Food Pairing: This wine deserves to be enjoyed with a dish equally as pure and decadent. We’d recommend David Tanis’ recipe for Slow-Roasted Duck With Mashed White Beans, Sizzled Herbs and Olives.

The Domain: There are few other artisans in the Côte Chalonnaise that faithfully craft Burgundy with as much purity, elegance or character as does Vincent Dureuil. Not only is Dureuil a gifted winemaker, but also he is blessed with some exemplary older-vine vineyards that have for years been cared for organically—another level of attention that sets Dureuil apart from the rest. His delicate touch translates each individual terroir into a perfect liquid picture of what the best of Rully—and the best of Burgundy, for that matter—can be.