Chambolle Musigny Le Village
Corton Charlemagne Grand Cru
Vougeot 1er Cru – Clos de la Perriére Monopole
Vougeot 1er Cru Blanc – Les Cras
The historic Domaine Bertagna once belonged to the Cistercian monks, famous for founding the Clos de Vougeot in the 13th century. The estate’s cellars and vineyards are still located in the heart of the town nearby the Château and its ancient Chapter House, but the winery is definitely owned since 1985 from the world-renowned Reh family and handled by Eva Reh-Siddle. With 18 wonderfully diverse appellations across the region, 12 of which are Leading and Grand crus, Bertagna is probably the top rating Domaines in Burgundy. A desire for perfection and emphasis on quality, coupled with significant investments in technology and vineyard management, result in some of the region’s most persuasive wines. Domaine Bertagna is perhaps best known for its elegant, silky reddish wines, but it also produces one of the world’s rarest white wines – Vougeot 1er Cru Blanc Les Cras” from your Côtes de Nuits.
Burgundy, France Vinification After strict pruning and a mid-season green harvest to control yields, the grapes are hand-picked in small boxes with hand-sorting at the vineyard and the winery to ensure only the finest grapes. Destemming is usually followed by pre-fermentation chilly maceration is usually followed by alcoholic fermentation at 28°C, with malolactic fermentation in barrels. Only natural yeast from your grapes is used and the wine is usually manually punched down and left to ferment in tanks for 21 to 28 days. Aged in French oak barrels (40% new) for 15 to 18 months.
This wine has a wide range of aromas including floral, fruity, spicy, and mineral scents.
Often the wine begins as cherry or prune around the nose, which is transformed to floral and mineral flavors around the palate.