2017

Brouilly Château des Tours

Château des Tours
Brouilly
Items Number: 7104

Winemaking at this 50 hectare (125 acres) estate dates back to the feudal era in 1153. The Richard family devotes its property entirely to making estate-bottled Brouilly cru.

2016

Domaines Dominique Piron - Morgon "Cote du Py"

Domaines Dominique Piron
Morgon
Items Number: 7113

Wines from Cote du Py are very dark and profound, very dense. Aromas are very classic of cherry, kirsh and stone of the fruits. Very mineral, graphite, spices like black and white peppers are present. This wine can have a long life, more than 25 years old for the best vintages are not a problem! Older Gamays from Cote du Py smells like old rose and floral aromas. Cote du Py being a quite strong wine, it goes very well with red meat like beef, good cheeses, but also duck and why not some game during the fall.

2016

Domaines Dominique Piron - Morgon "La Chanaise"

Domaines Dominique Piron
Morgon
Items Number: 7109

Morgon is a wine of character and fruit, full of complexity and in the same time, very easy and fresh for drinking with most of the foods all over the world. It matches quite well with white meat as veal, chicken and cheeses.

2014

Domaines Dominique Piron - Chenas Quartz

Domaines Dominique Piron
Chenas
Items Number: 7112

The name of "Quartz" suggests the wine has a high minerality and complex flavours (lilac, peony, peach, red currant, white pepper...). Very well balanced: the first mouth is generally floral and then follows a very elegant mouth with silky tannin, round and digest. It matches very well with complex dishes, meats, leaver, and why not a small pigeon with peas and diced bacon?

2016

Domaines Dominique Piron - Fleurie

Domaines Dominique Piron
Fleurie
Items Number: 7110

Color of the Fleurie is carmine red, but lighter than the robe of Morgon or Moulin a Vemt. Aromas are floral and fruity, iris, violet, faded rose, vineyard peach, stone of fruits... Quite older, the ageing can bring spicy aromas also. Generally, this crus is considered as feminine. Fleurie goes well with simple cuisine, white meat ad lamb or poultry, but also some fishes like pikeperch with red wine.