Savigny-Lès-Beaune
2013
2013

Château de Meursault, whose history goes back one thousand years, produces  the Savigny-Lès-Beaune from 4 parcels  of land that border the hamlet of Savigny and  the appellation’s Premier Cru vineyards.  The wine’s name, meaning “land of woods,” refers to the vegetation that covered the land during ancient times, before vines were cultivated.  The wine is produced from stony and dark soils, which contribute to its fruity character of cherry, strawberry or blackcurrant.  

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Wine Notes
Color
Dark ruby
Aroma
Red fruit aromas with spicy notes
Taste
Round and deep, with ripe fruit notes and nice length
Product Information
Vintage: 
2013
Type:
Red
Grape Variety Used: 
Pinot Noir
Appellation: 
Savigny les Beaunes
Alcohol: 
13.00%
Length/Type of Fermentation: 
After destalking, the juice is fermented in stainless steel vats for 15-18 days. Cold maceration lasts for 5-6 days, followed by alcoholic fermentation. Gentle cap-punching is made during this period to obtain complete and perfect maceration.
Length/Type of Aging: 
Aged for 12 months in oak barrels (about 15% new) as well as in 1-2 year old barels, then stainless steel vats.
Bottled Date: 
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Release Date:
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Cases Produced: 
4,000
Packaging Available:
  • 6
     - 
    750 ML
Imported From: 
France