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Domaine Didon Bourgogne Rouge 'Cuvee Logue’ 2021

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The Wine

From 40 year old bio-dynamic vines of Pinot Noir from the southern and western side of the vineyard, grown on red clay and limestone. Spontaneous fermentation of whole bunches in tank, with ten-day skin maceration. After pressing, the wine was fully fermented and rested for twenty months in older burgundy casks. Bottled without any additions. Similar to the Bourgogne Rouge however an added dimension of intrigue. Compelling!

Organic and Biodynamically farmed, native ferment, no sulfites added


The Details
Variety - Pinot Noir
Country - France
Region - Burgundy
Sub Region
 - Cote Chalonnaise
Extra - Cork
Year - 2021
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

In 2017 Naïma and David Didon took over an old farm in Chassey-le-Camp in Côte Chalonnaise to realise their long held dream of their own biodynamic property. The small village belongs to AOC Bouzeron, which is Burgundy’s only village appellation for Aligoté. David, a seasoned viticulturist spent over a decade consulting with Etienne de Montille in Volnay as well as time in the cellar and fields with friends Julien Altaber and Dominique Derain. The Didon’s vineyard is a 2ha lieu-dit (historic vineyard) named ‘Vignes Blanches’ planted to Pinot Noir, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay and Aligoté. It lies on a slope facing east, with a soil of dense yellow limestone and is recognised as one of the very best in the village. The vineyard is worked a few times early in the season by horse and all other work is done by hand limiting the compression of the soil by not using tractors and other heavy machinery.