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New vintage, the 2014 was rated : Bettane & Desseauve 15/20
Aged for 12 months in barrels, the Givry Clos de Mortières shows generously fruity aromas with a touch of violet. On the palate, the fruity character is dominant, supported by smooth tannins. A very pleasant wine that should pair well with red meats and cheeses.

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Winery :
Domaine de la Ferté
Name of the wine :
Clos de Mortières
Vintage :
2015
Appellation :
Givry
Origin :
Burgundy
Colour :
Red wine
Grape Variety :
100% Pinot Noirl
Terroirs :
Loamy clayey soils
Harvest :
Hand picked
Viticulture :
Sustainable
Vinification :
Total destemming. Maceration and alcoholic fermentation for 16 to 18 days in opened vats at controlled temperature, with punching of the cap twice a day
Alcohol content :
13 %
Aging :
12 months in barrels including 15% of new oak
Appearance :
Dark ruby colour with purplish tints
Nose :
Blackcurrant buds and tangy fruits aromas. Floral and violet notes
Palate :
Fine and fruity with smooth tannins
Drink from :
2016
Drink before :
2020
Serve :
At 14-16°C
Food pairing : To be enjoyed with veal escalope and morels, grilled beef and pepper, veined cheese (Fourme d'Ambert, Blue of Geix...)...
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Guide Bettane & Desseauve des Vins de France

Guide Bettane & Desseauve des Vins de France

Wine rated (guide 2017) : 15/20 (Millésime 2014) (Très bon vin)
Vineyard rated (guide 2017) : 2**Stars (A reliable production but a little more constant and homogeneous than the previous one)

About the vineyard : Située à Givry, cette petite propriété de 2,5 hectares, dont un en premier cru, appartient à la famille Devillard, également propriétaire du château de Chamirey. Les vignes âgées de 35 ans sont exploitées en culture raisonnée, les vendanges manuelles et les élevages longs. Elle ne propose que deux vins rouges, issus de deux climats de Givry, l’un classé en village et l’autre en premier cru. Les parcelles sont voisines et très bien placées sur l’appellation. Les quantités sont donc limitées mais produites avec un soin comparable aux mercureys du domaine.

Le Guide Hachette des Vins

Le Guide Hachette des Vins

Vineyard rated (guide 2017) : Wines regularly rewarded (The wines of this producer are regularly rewarded by the guide)

About the vineyard : Ce domaine doit son nom à l'abbaye de la Ferté, première fille de l'abbaye de Cîteaux, bâtie au début du VIIes. Cultivés par les moines cisterciens jusqu'à la Révolution, les 5 ha de ce domaine ont été repris en 1995 par Bertrand Devillard (Ch. de Chamirey, Dom. des Perdrix).

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Rating without reviews of Mme SOPHIE R. Published on 04/12/2018
The Givry and Givry Premier Cru AOC is an appellation from the Côte Chalonnaise, in the Saône-et-Loire département, which received AOC status by decree in1946. It is produced in the communes of Givry, Dracy-le-Fort and Jambles. The Givry appellation has 28 climats classified as Givry Premier Cru. As is often the case in Burgundy, the appellation name may be followed by the climat ...
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