Winery Olivier Guyot Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru
In the mouth this red wine is a powerful with a nice freshness.
This wine generally goes well with poultry, beef or veal.
The Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru of the Winery Olivier Guyot is in the top 10 of wines of Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru.
Taste structure of the Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru from the Winery Olivier Guyot
In the mouth the Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru of Winery Olivier Guyot in the region of Burgundy is a powerful with a nice freshness.
Wine flavors and olphactive analysis
On the nose the Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru of Winery Olivier Guyot in the region of Burgundy often reveals types of flavors of cherry, earthy or earth and sometimes also flavors of red fruit.
Food and wine pairings with Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru
Pairings that work perfectly with Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru
Original food and wine pairings with Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru
The Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru of Winery Olivier Guyot matches generally quite well with dishes of beef, veal or game (deer, venison) such as recipes of beef bobotie, puchero or rabbit with homemade mustard.
Details and technical informations about Winery Olivier Guyot's Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru.
Discover the grape variety: Pinot noir
Pinot noir is an important red grape variety in Burgundy and Champagne, and its reputation is well known! Great wines such as the Domaine de la Romanée Conti elaborate their wines from this famous grape variety, and make it a great variety. When properly vinified, pinot noit produces red wines of great finesse, with a wide range of aromas depending on its advancement (fruit, undergrowth, leather). it is also the only red grape variety authorized in Alsace. Pinot Noir is not easily cultivated beyond our borders, although it has enjoyed some success in Oregon, the United States, Australia and New Zealand.
Last vintages of this wine
The best vintages of Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru from Winery Olivier Guyot are 2014, 2007, 2009
Informations about the Winery Olivier Guyot
The Winery Olivier Guyot is one of of the world's greatest estates. It offers 22 wines for sale in the of Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru to come and discover on site or to buy online.
The wine region of Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru
The wine region du Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru is located in the region of Morey-Saint-Denis in Burgundy in France. Wineries and vineyards like the Domaine Dujac or the Domaine Bertagna produce mainly wines red. The most planted grape varieties in the region of Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru are Pinot noir et Gamay noir, they are then used in wines in blends or as a single variety. On the nose of Clos Saint-Denis Grand Cru often reveals types of flavors of cherry, black cherries or cedar and sometimes also flavors of mushroom, black fruits or red cherry.
The wine region of Burgundy
Bourgogne is the catch-all regional appellation title of the Burgundy wine region in eastern France ("Bourgogne" is the French name for Burgundy). Burgundy has a Complex and comprehensive appellation system; counting Premier Cru and Grand Cru titles, the region has over 700 appellation titles for its wines. Thus, Burgundy wines often come from one Vineyard (or several separate vineyards) without an appellation title specific to the region, Village or even vineyard. A standard Burgundy wine may be made from grapes grown in one or more of Burgundy's 300 communes.
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