Givry is centrally located in the Côte Chalonnaise. The geographical area of the appellation covers three villages 6 km south of Mercurey: Dracy-le-Fort, Givry and Jambles. Limestone or calcic brown soil derived from the weathering of Jurassic limestone produces wines that are often compared to Volnay. Red Givry was the favourite wine of Henri IV.
A delicate nose with floral, springtime scents. This wine is pleasing and balanced on the palate, respecting the softness of the aromas perceived on the nose. Givry combines freshness with fruitiness for a sensation of delicateness and finesse.
This appealing wine is the perfect match for simple dishes such as red meats, roasted or grilled white meats served cold or warm, savoury tarts and pies as well as mild cheeses.
Serving and keeping
Serve between 14 and 16°C (57- 60°F)
Enjoy while young or lay down for 3 to 5 years or more.
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