A unique and somewhat rare wine made in Burgundy that is considered a table wine, yet like so many wines from Burgundy, it is made in limited amounts.
This is a traditional blend of 2/3 Pinot Noir and 1/3 Gamay, with the two cépages harvested and vinified separately before assemblage. Elevage is in steel tank and the fruit is sourced from three parcels in Morey-Saint-Denis. The style of this wine is bright and fresh, with an "easy-to-drink" personality, which is generally what one should expected from Passetoutgrain. Practicing organic farming.
Beautiful fresh, lush fruit and a silky texture make for a Pinot that drinks well above its price point. Here once again we have a winner from a winery that is a self proclaimed "band of wine industry insiders dedicated...
90 POINTS, Wine Spectator. SMART BUY. "A zesty red, with personality to spare, offering notes of licorice, blackberry, smoky pepper and grilled herbs. A blend of mostly Zinfandel, followed by Petite Sirah, Syrah and mixed Italian blacks."
This beautiful, aromatic white Bordeaux is a blend of Semillon with Sauvignon Blanc and finally, a small percentage of Muscadelle that brings even more fruit and spice to the table. Add it all up and you have a beautifully balanced...