Givry

Givry

Appellation of the Côte Chalonaise, Givry is first recognized for its red wines, Pinot Noir. The appellation also produces whites with Chardonnay bases. Givry: 280 hectares of which 237 in red, 122 hectares classified 1st Cru. Among the 38 climates classified in 1er Cru, one finds among others: the Clos Vernoy, Clos du Cellier aux Moines, Le Clos Salomon, Crouzot, La Brulée, Le Vernoy. The appellation also counts more than 25 places-dit. The Reds are often quite closed in their early years, but after 3-5 years of bottle they soften become round and delicate

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    Givry - Burgundy - Red Wine

    The Givry appellation produces red (Pinot Noir) and white (Chardonnay) wines. These are tannic wines with a fairly firm structure that soften after 3 to 5 years of bottles. The Givry 2013 red from Joseph Drouhin house is a 100% Pinot Noir wine, concentrated, aged in barrels for 12 months with 10% new oak. It is a wine appreciated by connoisseurs, it has...

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    J. Suckling 88

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