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Mongeard-Mugneret Coteaux Bourguignons 'Superbe' 2021

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The Wine

This blend (approx. 70% Gamay & 30% Pinot Noir), christened "La Superbe" is intended for all wine-lovers who like drinking a modest unpretentious wine on a regular basis to make even everyday meals a source of pleasure and well-being. This wine can be enjoyed in the way that one enjoys eating fruit: it is pleasant, crisp, fruity and ready to drink. It is a beautiful purplish red in colour with a very wide palette of aromas and lively fruity notes. In the mouth it is supple and fine, tonic and refreshing. Mongeard-Mugneret.

The Details
Variety - Gamay, Pinot Noir
Country - France
Region - Burgundy
Sub Region
- Coteaux Bourguignons
Extra - Cork
Year - 2021
Volume - 750ml

About the Wine Maker

The Mongeard family arrived in Vosne-Romanée in the eighteenth century, with records showing a Mongeard working as vigneron for Domaine de la Romanée-Conti in 1786. In 1945, Jean Mongeard, whose mother was a Mugneret, found himself making wine at the age of 16 in the place of his father who had died years earlier.

The entire 1945 crop was purchased by Baron le Roy, Marquis d’Angerville, and Henri Gouges. Gouges instructed the young Mongeard to personally bottle the wines, rather than sell in barrel. In 1975, Vincent Mongeard, Jean’s son, began working alongside his father and became responsible for viticulture and vinification of the domaine’s wines. He persuaded his father to return to the traditional method of bottling, without filtration, filtering only with certain vintages.

Jean Mongeard retired in 1995, and Vincent assumed complete leadership of the domaine. Today, Domaine Mongeard-Mugneret covers a total area of more than 75 acres, split among 35 appellations. The varied range of climats in which the Mongeards own vineyards results, naturally, in wines of great diversity.