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Les Terres Bariolees Pinot Noir La Boudeuse 2022

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Pinot Noir La Boudeuse is a red wine produced by Edoardo and Claire of Les Terres Bariolees in Chalus, in the Auvergne region of central southern France. The Pinot Noir grapes come from vines grown at an altitude of 500 metres on schistose soil rich in marl and with an eastern exposure. After strictly manual harvesting, the wine is vinified whole cluster for 15 days in steel. The wine matures in barriques for 8 months before being racked into steel for a final month. Bottled without filtration or clarification. Fresh, elegant and light in the mouth, it explodes on the nose with hints of violets and plums, wild herbs and minerals. Perfect for game, it is crazy cool because it drinks so well while still maintaining a certain amount of class.

Manufacturer: Les Terres Bariolees

🍾 Pinot Noir La Boudeuse

🖼️ Chalus, Auvergne, France

🏡 Les Terres Bariolees

🍇 Chardonnay

📅 2022

🌡️ 11.5%

🍷 Red Wine

🛁 The Pinot Noir grapes come from vines grown at an altitude of 500 metres on a soil rich in schist and marl with a privileged eastern exposure; after strictly manual harvesting, whole cluster vinification is carried out in steel for about 15 days, after which the wine is refined in barriques for 8 months before being racked again in steel for a further 30 days. Finally in bottle without filtration or clarification

👃🏻 Hints of red petal flowers, plums and berries, mineral and wild herb scents

👅 Fine and elegant, light and delicate, fresh and savoury, the tannin is silky and the finish long

👍🏻 Serving temperature 16°-18°.

💕 Game

😍 Crazy cool

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Chalus, Auvergne

Les Terres Bariolees celebrates the start of an independent project for a pair of French-Italian winegrowers. This is the case of Edoardo Veltroni and Claire Freist, the former a graduate oenologist from Pisa, the latter from the famous oenological University of Beaune. They met in Burgundy and have worked together in some of France's most famous wine regions: Chassagne-Montrachet, Gevrey-Chambertin and Nuits-Saint-Georges.

Before giving life to this project, the two searched for a suitable context for two years, until they arrived at these 5 hectares in Chalus, at an altitude of 600 metres and all around the winery. An altitude terroir with a splendid eastern exposure and very well suited to Gamay, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

There is little rain in this part of France, which allows the couple to intervene minimally and by means of biodynamic preparations, decoctions and fermented extracts. In addition, work in the vineyard involves green manure, incorporation of compost and periodic mowing.

Edward and Claire have big plans, so in 2023 a further hectare of Syrah is planted and in 2024 two more will be planted with Aligotè and Muscat.

Vinification is characterised by long maceration on the skins for the whites, and cold maceration with whole bunches for the reds, then wood and amphora between 8 and 16 months.

The wines are simply spectacular and lovingly tell the story of the land they come from

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