Beautiful fruit-tannin balance
The Lebelin family has been living in Beaune for centuries. They made numerous donations to the Hospices de Beaune. Seven members of the family have been mayors of the city since the 16th century.
The vines from which this vintage comes were planted for half in 1950, the rest of the plants dating from 1951 to 1976.
The dress is bright with a rather light red. The nose surprises by its liveliness and is dominated by aromas of fresh red fruits, blackcurrant and gooseberry.
The mouth offers a crunchy material on a nice balance fruit-tannins. A fine wine, showing the charm of Pinot Noir.
This Monthelie can be consumed young without regret in this vintage. However, it can still evolve 5 to 7 years more for more complexity.
vol au vent with chicken breasts
Duck morels Pie