Ageing; Fermented in stainless steel
Structure; Light-bodied fruit driven red
Food pairing ideas; Turkey, Duck, Roast Chicken, Roast Pork, Light Game Meats
Light red ruby colour. The nose shows small red berry aromas of strawberries and cherries, typical of Pinot Noir. The mouth is delicate, supple and full. It becomes gentle and softer when ageing.
The winery’s roots go back to 1809 when Auguste Moreau built a cellar across from the Champs Gain vineyard and farmed his few hectares of Chardonnay and Pinot along the golden slope. The 1930s saw an expansion of the family’s vineyards under the guidance of Marcel Moreau. Roughly 80% of the domaine’s current vineyard holdings were acquired by Marcel. At age 14, Bernard Moreau took over the vineyards and cellar in the early 1960’s. In 1977 the reputation of this great estate was fully established under the leadership of Bernard and Françoise Moreau and the winery was named Domaine Bernard Moreau.