Maison Chanzy Bourgogne Pinot Noir Clos Michaud Monopole is a red wine made with the Pinot Noir variety in the town of Mellecey, in Burgundy. The wine comes, specifically, from the Clos Michaud vineyard, which Chanzy has under the Monopole regime. vineyard of just one hectare facing southeast, planted with Pinot more than 45 years ago.
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Chanzy performs the minimum possible treatments in the vineyard, without herbicides, plowing the soils, with green pruning and, ultimately, with a certified integrated production. We are looking for a wine with a low yield in the vineyard, meticulously made with a pre-fermentation maceration for ten days and with a fermentation at controlled temperature, followed by aging for ten months in Burgundy barrels of 228 liters.
It is an ideal wine for tapas because its lightness makes it versatile. It works great for brunch too, with cheese, fish and vegetables, as well as poultry.