Burgundy Pinot Noirs by an iconic producer, Louis Jadot
A prolific and highly-admired producer, Maison Louis Jadot is one of the most prominent wine producers and wine merchants in Burgundy, France. The history of the house harks back to 1859 when Louis Jadot first started acquiring plots of land in the Beaune area.
The two grape varieties that feature in the Louis Jadot portfolio are none other than Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. This illustrious producer has mastered the expression of these two Burgundian varietals to perfection.
The best Burgundy plots
Reigning over some fine Grand Cru and Premier Cru plots in the most prestigious Burgundy appellations, the Pinot Noirs by Louis Jadot stem from Musigny, Bonnes-Mares, Chambertin-Clos de Beze, Beaune and Clos Vougeot. These red wines are chock-full of fruity aromas, such as black cherry, plum and raspberry. Louis Jadot wines offer a well-balanced whole along with silky tannins. The wines have amassed many high scores from renowned wine critics, boasting ratings between 93 points and more by Robert Parker, Jancis Robinson and Decanter.
Crafting red Pinot Noir in the cellar
The grapes are sorted manually and the teams select the finest Pinot Noir grapes. The grapes are then placed into wooden or stainless steel vats. Pumping over is carried out by hand and the juices are then placed in casks. The juices remain in these casks for numerous months.
Pairing food with Louis Jadot Pinot Noirs
Louis Jadot Pinot Noirs are extremely food-friendly. Pair the wines with red meat (such as beef or pork) or with white meat such as roasted chicken or turkey.