A great Burgundy red wine, the grape variety used is Pinot Noir. The Bourgogne rouge is grown at an altitude of 350 meters on the slope facing les Hautes-Côtes on the locality named La Grande Corvée de Bully. The soil here is marly with a shallow top-layer.
Bully was an ancient property, no longer existing, which at the time belonged to Abbaye de Maizières. The term Bulliaco from 925, derived from "bubbles", refers to the existence of a gushing spring (Fontaine Bully) close by. La corvée, a term used under the feudal system, designates the days of work owed by the tenants to the monks of the Abbey.
This wine has a deep garnet hue whose bouquet "pinotes", revealing notes of cherry and raspberry. It is ample and generous, the silky tannins ensuring a velvety character which persists on the palate. Excellent with leg of lamb or a nice cut of beef.
This wine has a deep garnet hue whose bouquet "pinotes", revealing notes of cherry and ...
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