A pure Pinot Noir, produced from a monopoly vineyard of 4 hectares.
Aged for eight months in small oak barrels. The 2013 vintage of La Côte aux Enfants has a very good ageing potential.
To the eye
A beautiful garnet color
To the nose
Aromas of elderberry, liquorice, redcurrant and cherry; peppery notes.
Veal in red wine sauce.
Beef filet with shallots and red wine sauce.
Poultry and duck.
Tomme from Savoie, Brie from Meaux.
La Côte aux Enfants 2013 is a wine destined to connoisseurs looking for Champagne appellation specialities. This wine is surprisingly concentrated and powerful. To fully appreciate its unique style, bouquet, and aromas, we recommend decanting La Côte aux Enfants 2013 a few hours before serving at 16°C. You can enjoy La Côte aux Enfants 2013 within the next five years in order to fully appreciate the expression of its fruit, or choose to age it in your cellar and enjoy different tasting sensations...
Champagne country originally owed its fame to its red wines. Favourites of King Henri IV, the Pinot Noirs from the town of Aÿ were the most popular wines of the French court. La Côte aux Enfants comes from a steep plot just outside Aÿ. Jacques Bollinger himself reconstituted it patiently, at the beginning of the 20th century, from over 50 differently owned plots! Today, Bollinger owns four adjacent hectares of the legendary plot. Since 2009, all vines grown there are organically farmed.
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