Pernand-Vergelesses 2013 “Clos de Bully” - Domaine Champy


“Clos de Bully” is one of the oldest vineyards in Burgundy - it was planted by local monks in 1158. Made from low yielding vines, it is a light bodied Pinot Noir exhibiting a bright red colour, a fresh nose of small red berries and a hint of smokyness. Palate shows a balanced, fruity structure. A nice bottle to discover this under-the-radar appellation.

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“Clos de Bully” is one of the oldest vineyards in Burgundy - it was planted by local monks in 1158. Made from low yielding vines, it is a light bodied Pinot Noir exhibiting a bright red colour, a fresh nose of small red berries and a hint of smokyness. Palate shows a balanced, fruity structure. A nice bottle to discover this under-the-radar appellation.
 
Wine CharacteristicsWhen & how to drink?
 
Domain: Domaine Champy
Vintage: 2013
Appellation: Pernand-Vergelesses
Region: Burgundy
Type: Dry
 
Grape: Pinot Noir
 
 
Drink from now to 2018
Open an hour before
Serve at 16-18°C
 
Food pairing: Beef Sunday roast.
  
 Technical stuff
  
Soil: Clay and limestone
Harvest: Manual
Ageing: 10 months in oak barrels (30% new)
Yield: 30hl/ha
Alcohol: 13%
 
What experts says  
  
15.5. “A small amount of whole bunch, hence the paler colour. Savoury on the nose and a touch stemmy on the palate. Relatively light but still balanced. Fine, gentle tannins.”
  

 

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Pernand-Vergelesses 2013 “Clos de Bully” - Domaine Champy

Pernand-Vergelesses 2013 “Clos de Bully” - Domaine Champy

“Clos de Bully” is one of the oldest vineyards in Burgundy - it was planted by local monks in 1158. Made from low yielding vines, it is a light bodied Pinot Noir exhibiting a bright red colour, a fresh nose of small red berries and a hint of smokyness. Palate shows a balanced, fruity structure. A nice bottle to discover this under-the-radar appellation.