Terroir finds its roots in Burgundy, where Monks spent centuries selecting the finest parcels of land to call the best vineyards. Burgundy is known for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, and even at the regional level, high quality producers can still turn out delicious wine that represents the region well. Regnard has been making fine wine in Burgundy since 1860. Wines are hand harvested and at all levels see attention to detail in the vineyard and winery. Their Bourgogne bottling is sourced entirely from the Cote de Beaune. The Bourgogne Pinot Noir is full of fresh, bright red cherry fruit, with a bit of rustic earthiness. A balance of tart and ripe fruit build complexity in the glass, with a refreshing juicy finish.
Pairings: Duck, mustard rubbed leg of lamb, cured meats, mushrooms, truffles, root vegetables.