Milan Bourgogne Rouge
Domaine Philippe Milan
France - Burgundy - Bourgogne AOC

The wine is produced from Pinot Noir grapes planted between 1963 and 1978 in the commune of Chassey Le Camp (extreme north of the Chalonnaise coast). The vineyard spreads over about 1.50 hectare with an average yield of 45 hl / ha. to reach optimum maturity for the grapes. This Pinot Noir is lightly colored with loads of flavors, especially cherry. Very fresh and aromatic with a long finish.

Bourgogne AOC
Wine Type
100% Pinot Noir
Cold pre-fermentation maceration 8/10 ° c for 5 to 7 days, yeasting in order to have a quick start in alcoholic fermentation after this phase of latency to avoid any organoleptic deviations, vatting from 15 to 18 days max as well as a 30/32 ° C warm fermentation for 3 days in order to keep the color and fruity aromas of the cuvée.
No pigeage for this wine to avoid vegetal aromas.
Dewatering as soon as the temperature drops to 20 ° C, then pressing.
100% of the wine is aged for 10-12 months in 228 liter French oak barrels (15 to 20% new oak) to bring a little more structure to the wine.

Producer Information: Domaine Philippe Milan

Domaine Philippe Milan et Fils is located in the hamlet of Valotte in Chassey-Le-Camp (20 kms NW of Chalon-sur-Saone). The winery is run by owner and winemaker Karl Milan, who ...
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