Marchand & Burch Bourgogne Rouge 2009 (12 x 750mL), France.

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Appellation: Bourgogne Rouge A.C.

Spicy plum fruit, cinnamon and clove spice characters combined with a touch of forest floor.

FRA - Burgundy

Expert Reviews

“This is your entry-level Burgundy wine. No new oak is used here; after 18 months in older oak it is further aged in tank. Lovely floral, herbal note with a distinct minerally steeliness. The palate is firmish and finely crafted, with nice subtle floral fruit intensity. It has plenty of power and a long persistent finish.”

Rating 92 - Ray Jordan, West Weekend Magazine

“…Clear, bright crimson; by some distance the best Bourgogne I have tasted, its red berry/plum fruit framed by excellent savoury tannins that draw out the palate into a long, lingering finish.

Rating 91 - Drink to 2017 - James Halliday, The Weekend Australian

Medium to full red/purple; very good colour for its age. Sweet raspberry, strawberry aromas. Excellent fresh, clean, bright, undeveloped and well-made wine. Pristine with light, tight and rather firm tannins. All bodes well for ageing. Drink 2012 – 2020.”

Rating 91 Drink now to 2020 - Huon Hooke,

Winery Tasting Notes


Mid cherry red in colour.


The nose has fragrant lift of dark berry fruit with a complex mix of spices and a hint of mushrooms.


On the palate there is a very good depth of flavour with spicy plum fruit and cinnamon and clove spice characters combined with a touch of forest floor. These flavours are beautifully balanced with a very fine tannin finish. Along with generous mouthfeel, this wine has the elegance and finesse of fine Pinot Noir.

FRA - Burgundy
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
Closure Type
Screwcap closure

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When two men met in a small village in Burgundy ten years ago, they were instantly connected through their passion for Pinot Noir. In 2007 this friendship bloomed into a partnership producing a limited collection of three varieties of wine from Western Australia; Chardonnay, Shiraz and of course Pinot Noir.Pascal Marchand, Burgundian winemaker and ex-regisseur from Del La Vougeraine and Jeff Burch, vigneron and owner of Howard Park Wines combinecenturies of Burgundian experience and the bestof West Australian fruit sourcing to craft a range ofwines under the Marchand & Burch label.

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