Côte Chalonnaise


AOC Village

Grape variety

Pinot noir

Mercurey's name refers to an ancient temple built by the Romans to honour the god Mercury.
With its surface area of 1,600 acres, 85 "village" appellations and 32 Premier Crus, Mercurey is the largest appellation in the Côte Chalonnaise.
The vines grow at altitudes of between 230 and 320 metres on slopes that are protected from moisture-laden winds.


The nose is reminiscent of red and black fruit (cherry, raspberry...) along with wilder notes. On the palate, this delectable wine boasts fine structure. The finish is long and harmonious.

Food/wine pairing

Taste this wine with grilled, roasted or stewed red meats, or with medium cheeses.

Serving and keeping

Serve at 15-16°C (59-61°F).
To taste young on the fruit or to keep 3 to 5 years and more.


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