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Givry 1er Cru 2018 "Le Vigron" - Domaine Lumpp - Bourgogne Givry 1er Cru 2018 "Le Vigron" - Domaine Lumpp - Bourgogne

Refined and elegant with silky tannins and a lovely lingering finish (100% Pinot Noir).

 

Food pairing:  Cold cuts, all red meats and soft cheeses.

 

Serving temperature: 13°C-15°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

The palate develops aromas of black cherries and elderberry on a consistent substance, fresh and harmonious.

Can be kept 15 years and more in cellar.

 

Domain:

 

Domaine Vincent LUMPP is situated in the hamlet of Poncey, in the south of the Givry appellation, in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise. 

Vincent Lumpp runs the domaine with the help of his son, Baptiste. 

They combine traditional and progressive techniques in order to ensure the highest quality possible and allow the wines to reflect the true essence of their Burgundy terroir. 

The Domaine uses sustainable methods to cultivate its 9 hectares of vines.

The work in the winery is carried out using the same approach as in the vineyards: as simply as possible in order to let the terroir reflect its own personality.

The wines are aged in French oak barrels for approximately 12 months before being sealed with high-quality Spanish corks in order to guarantee optimum conservation conditions. 

 

Vinification:

 

Total destemming, conveying respecting the integrity of the berries, then fermentation in vats wood and concrete.

Gentle extraction with few punching-downs for a fermentation time of 2 to 3 weeks.

Pneumatic pressing of the marc then pouring after settling of the free-run wines and press.

Aging in Allier oak barrels, 20% of which are new.

After 12 months of aging in barrels and the malolactic fermentation completed, the wine is assembled in vats for 3 to 6 months before being lightly filtered on plates of cellulose for bottling.

 

Terroir:

 

Shallow brown limestone clay-loam soil derived from marl and located on a hillside relatively steep, East - South-East exposure.

 
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Givry 1er Cru 2018 "Le Vigron" - Domaine Lumpp - Bourgogne Givry 1er Cru 2018 "Le Vigron" - Domaine Lumpp - Bourgogne

Refined and elegant with silky tannins and a lovely lingering finish (100% Pinot Noir).

 

Food pairing:  Cold cuts, all red meats and soft cheeses.

 

Serving temperature: 13°C-15°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

The palate develops aromas of black cherries and elderberry on a consistent substance, fresh and harmonious.

Can be kept 15 years and more in cellar.

 

Domain:

 

Domaine Vincent LUMPP is situated in the hamlet of Poncey, in the south of the Givry appellation, in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise. 

Vincent Lumpp runs the domaine with the help of his son, Baptiste. 

They combine traditional and progressive techniques in order to ensure the highest quality possible and allow the wines to reflect the true essence of their Burgundy terroir. 

The Domaine uses sustainable methods to cultivate its 9 hectares of vines.

The work in the winery is carried out using the same approach as in the vineyards: as simply as possible in order to let the terroir reflect its own personality.

The wines are aged in French oak barrels for approximately 12 months before being sealed with high-quality Spanish corks in order to guarantee optimum conservation conditions. 

 

Vinification:

 

Total destemming, conveying respecting the integrity of the berries, then fermentation in vats wood and concrete.

Gentle extraction with few punching-downs for a fermentation time of 2 to 3 weeks.

Pneumatic pressing of the marc then pouring after settling of the free-run wines and press.

Aging in Allier oak barrels, 20% of which are new.

After 12 months of aging in barrels and the malolactic fermentation completed, the wine is assembled in vats for 3 to 6 months before being lightly filtered on plates of cellulose for bottling.

 

Terroir:

 

Shallow brown limestone clay-loam soil derived from marl and located on a hillside relatively steep, East - South-East exposure.

 
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Givry 1er Cru 2018 "Le Vigron" - Domaine Lumpp - Bourgogne

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Refined and elegant with silky tannins and a lovely lingering finish (100% Pinot Noir).   Food pairing:  Cold cuts, all red meats and soft cheeses.   Serving temperature: 13°C-15°C    ..
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Refined and elegant with silky tannins and a lovely lingering finish (100% Pinot Noir).

 

Food pairing:  Cold cuts, all red meats and soft cheeses.

 

Serving temperature: 13°C-15°C 

 

Tasting notes:

 

The palate develops aromas of black cherries and elderberry on a consistent substance, fresh and harmonious.

Can be kept 15 years and more in cellar.

 

Domain:

 

Domaine Vincent LUMPP is situated in the hamlet of Poncey, in the south of the Givry appellation, in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise. 

Vincent Lumpp runs the domaine with the help of his son, Baptiste. 

They combine traditional and progressive techniques in order to ensure the highest quality possible and allow the wines to reflect the true essence of their Burgundy terroir. 

The Domaine uses sustainable methods to cultivate its 9 hectares of vines.

The work in the winery is carried out using the same approach as in the vineyards: as simply as possible in order to let the terroir reflect its own personality.

The wines are aged in French oak barrels for approximately 12 months before being sealed with high-quality Spanish corks in order to guarantee optimum conservation conditions. 

 

Vinification:

 

Total destemming, conveying respecting the integrity of the berries, then fermentation in vats wood and concrete.

Gentle extraction with few punching-downs for a fermentation time of 2 to 3 weeks.

Pneumatic pressing of the marc then pouring after settling of the free-run wines and press.

Aging in Allier oak barrels, 20% of which are new.

After 12 months of aging in barrels and the malolactic fermentation completed, the wine is assembled in vats for 3 to 6 months before being lightly filtered on plates of cellulose for bottling.

 

Terroir:

 

Shallow brown limestone clay-loam soil derived from marl and located on a hillside relatively steep, East - South-East exposure.

 

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