Lecheneaut – Bourgogne Pinot Noir Clos Prieur
The nose is very expressive with red berry fruit, quite openly knit with a quite heavy impression of toasted oak. On the palate good weight for this level, forward and energetic with the impression of a bigger wine. This is not a delicate and refined wine, it’s forward. A forward, drinkable and affordable entry level Bourgogne.
Roast lamb, rib steak, game or duck.
Ethnic dishes such as couscous with meat or meat tajines also combine well with this wine, as do soft-centred cheeses such Époisses, Ami du Chambertin, or Livarot.
Serving temperature: 13 to 15 °C