J. Moreau & Fils Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016 (12 x 750mL), France.

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$38.99 per Bottle
$467.88 per case


Already cultivated by the Gauls at the time of the Roman conquest, this important grape variety goes far back in the history of the vine in France. Mentioned for the first time under the name “Pinot Noir” in 1373, it is also known by the names of “Franc Noirien” or “Plant Fin” in the Côte d’Or, and “Franc Pinot” or “Petit Vérot” in the Yonne. It has made a reputation for itself among the red wines of Burgundy where it is vinified alone or blended with 15% Chardonnay. In Champagne, it is blended with the Chardonnay or Meunier varietals. Introduced to the Loire region in the Middle Ages at the same time as Chardonnay, it became established in the Orléanais and Touraine regions and remains the red varietal of the red and rosé wines of Sancerre.

FRA - Burgundy

Winery Tasting Notes

Cherry red in colour tinged with garnet.

Raspberry and blackberry on the nose with notes of spice (clove and cinnamon).

Delectable on the palate, round attack with fruit flavours reminiscent of blackberry, sour cherry and liquorice. A touch of smoke and spice typical of this wine’s terroir. Structured, well-integrated tannins.

Food and wine pairing

Ideal with grilled red meats, terrines and cheeses.

FRA - Burgundy
Grape Style
Pinot Noir
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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In 1814 Jean-Joseph Moreau, a young cooper, marries a local winemaker’s daughter and inherits the oldest wine House of Chablis. Driven by passion for the vine and traditional values, he runs the business incredibly well and becomes very quickly one of the most important producers of wine in Chablis. He was a pioneer in the region and his success kept on rising. 

Over the years, J. Moreau & Fils established on the international market and has become a prestigious House, successful worldwide. 

Since 1814, J. Moreau & Fils has been rising to the challenge of the Chablis terroir to bring out the very best of its single grape varietal, Chardonnay, in pursuit of its signature white wines that are complex, elegant, and precisely balanced.

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