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This silky red comes from a small Burgundy
estate that has been passed down from father
to son since 1671.
What You Need To Know
Burgundy’s Côte Chalonnaise
is located between the southern tip of the Côte d’Or—where the
region’s most exalted wines come from—and the Mâconnais to
the south. It is a go-to zone for Burgundy lovers in search of value.
One of its principal towns is Givry, a town known chiefly for its
deep, savory Pinot Noir. The Sarrazin estate traces its origins
in Givry to the 17th century, but it’s Michel who took its wines
to a new level of quality in the 1970s and ’80s. His sons, Guy
and Jean-Yves, are just as passionate as their father about
elevating the region’s reputation. Their Sous la Roche cuvée
comes from a single, rocky vineyard of the same name.
Raspberries, beets and
a light floral note.
Supple, earthy flavors of
raspberry and cherry are
graceful and fresh.
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be
cool to the touch.
quail, roast chicken
and earthy pastas.