2015 - Bourgogne Rouge Champ de Perdrix Jean-Pierre Charton
09B5BCHA _ 2015 - Bourgogne Rouge Champ de Perdrix Jean-Pierre Charton - 12x75cl
Colour
Red
Producer
Domaine Vincent et Jean-Pierre Charton
Region
Bourgogne
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2015 - 2022
Case size
12x75cl

2015 BOURGOGNE ROUGE CHAMP DE PERDRIX JEAN-PIERRE CHARTON - 12x75cl

Colour
Red
Producer
Domaine Vincent et Jean-Pierre Charton
Region
Bourgogne
Grape
Pinot Noir
Drinking
2015 - 2022
Case size
12x75cl

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Producer

Domaine Vincent et Jean-Pierre Charton

We sought out a domaine in the Côte Chalonnaise for quite some time, so we were delighted to find Jean-Pierre Charton. Located in Mercurey, Jean-Pierre works his 21 hectares of vines with much care. His goal is to produce wonderfully friendly wines that offer all the appeal of juicy Pinot Noir without the rusticity that Mercurey was long famed for. Clive Coates has listed Jean-Pierre as one of the best domaines in the region. We have to concur.

Region

Bourgogne

This blanket regional appellation can apply to wines throughout Burgundy (60% of the area's production) as long as they comply with regulations relating to grape type, yield and alcohol content. Reds and roses are from Pinot Noir or Gamay. Whites are Chardonnay. They are usually the most straightforward of the Burgundy wines, and as a result are the least expensive and the most approachable upon release. In the hands of a more serious producer these can represent exceptional value and quality. The wines are made with the same care and attention to detail as their grander wines. However, they may not qualify for a village or communal appellation because the vines are too young or the vineyard area is outside the appellation boundary.