From: Burgundy, France
Varietal: Pinot Noir
Taste: An exceptional value, this lovely Pinot Noir features notes of bright, Rainier & wild sour cherry, crunchy cran- and raspberry right alongside mineral tones, a hint of leather, and baking spice with a pronounced river rock minerality. Cool fruits and crunchy vibes all the way.
Pairing: This versatile red fits wonderfully alongside a wide range of dishes. Charcuterie, sausage and polenta, grilled or roasted Salmon, seared Tuna steaks, and anything with mushroom or truffle (sautéed or roasted mushrooms and garlic and mushroom gnocchi or risotto are some of our faves), grilled flank or New York steaks (check out this easy weeknight take on beef short ribs below), homemade burgers, and the classics like Coq au Vin are all great examples of easy peasy pairings.
Beef Short Rib Rice Bowls
By Sue Li
About. Vignerons de Buxy was founded in Cote Chalonnaise in 1931 by a community of 98 vine growers, who, in the face of the Great Depression, sought to pool resources and formed a cooperative. The grouping of the many little family plantings, all inspired by the same values of solidarity, sharing, and conviviality, resulted in a brand representing a human and social endeavor stretching back over 89 years.
Curious about the Côte Chalonnaise? Check out this awesomely detailed article by Tom Mullen.
Consider Burgundy’s Côte Chalonnaise For Wine Values
By Tom Mullen, contributing author, Forbes
Published May 31, 2020
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