Founded in Beaune in 1859 by Louis Henry Jadot, this house is now one of the most prestigious ones of all Burgundy. With nearly 150 wines, it covers almost every appellation. Besides its merchant activity, this house also has its own domain of 225 hectares.
About the cuvée
The Louis Jadot estate no longer needs any introduction. Since its creation in 1859, this estate has been one of the most prestigious in the region. It has plots in almost all of the Burgundian appellations with 225 hectares of vines in 130 appellations within the Côte d’Or, Maconnais and even Beaujolais. It also owes its success to its traditional vinification, which is defined by slow fermentation and long, meticulous maturation. The Pinot noir that this wine is made from has also been carefully tended in the vineyards to the extent that chemical weedkillers are banned and, for reasons of quality and complexity, its yields are extremely limited. Made for a certain cellaring period, the wine reveals a beautiful deep ruby colour which unleashes notes of red fruits, sweet spices, musk, cocoa and toast. The palate is dense, and structured by beautiful tannins which allow pairings with flavoursome dishes to be considered. Game animals, meat in sauce, mushrooms, truffle tagliatelle or cheeses full of character will go with it perfectly. A must for any lover of Pinot noir from the Côte de Beaune.
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