Thick, serrated leaves and roots that know how to sneak through the heart of soils, Sauvignon Blanc stands out by its natural acidity. Sauvignon Blanc is transcended by its terroir. With colours that range from white gold to straw yellow, the wines develop floral, fruity flavours that are also taut and firm, with minerality forming the backbone.
For its part, Pinot Noir is a more delicate varietal that is particularly appreciative of northern areas. Offering black-skinned grapes with white juice, Pinot Noir yields several nuances depending on the terroir. After well-controlled maceration, it expresses elegant tannin maturity and perfect colour extraction. Visually, Pinot Noir is a deep ruby that goes with flavours of red fruits, currants, blackberries, and cherries.
Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir, as interpreted by the Bourgeois family, give life to wines that are delicious and voluptuous, and that stand out by their freshness.