With its thick, serrated leaves and roots that know how to wriggle into the heart of the soil, Sauvignon Blanc is distinguished by its natural acidity. Sauvignon Blanc is transcended by its terroir. With colors ranging from white gold to straw yellow, the wines develop floral and fruity aromas, but also tense, with minerality as a backbone.
Pinot noir is a more delicate grape variety, which is especially appreciated in northern regions. Offering grapes with black skin and white juice, Pinot noir presents many nuances depending on the terroir. After a well controlled maceration, it will express the elegance of the tannins with a perfect extraction of the color. The wine’s deep ruby color is associated with aromas of red fruits, currants, blackberries or morello cherries.
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The Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir grapes, interpreted by the Bourgeois family, give life to wines that are delicious and greedy and stand out for their freshness.