Beaune 1er cru "Cent Vignes" 1983 - Besancenot-Mathouillet
Label: Yellow and slightly torn
Overall condition: Very good
The domain "Besancenot-Mathouillet" today named "Domaine Besancenot" located in Beaune since 1850. This domain has 10 ha of vines spread over 12 appellations.
The Beaune "Les cent-vignes" plot is the largest in the area with 3.3 ha (anecdote that would make any Bordeaux lover laugh). As is the case for many appellations of the Côte de Beaune, this plot is planted with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
In white as in red, the appellations "Beaune" reach venerable ages without hindrance. This is thanks to their great acidity and possibly to the fact that a few bunches of Gamay slipped into the vats (but shhh it's a secret). If you have the opportunity, try to taste Beaune wines from the 40's and 50's you will be surprised.
- 75 cl
- Grape(s) variety
- 100% Pinot Noir
- Red wine
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