Outside Burgundy, the famous Pinot Noir grape variety has been registered for more than 200 years in the Hautes Pyrénées department (Château Montus). "1st replanting of Pinot Noir in the South-West" by Alain Brumont in 1996.
It took 10 years of vinification and testing to find a style
demanded by Alain Brumont: . Another way to taste a Pinot Noir, a unique style, between Burgundy and Oregon according to the critics.
A harmonious and supple wine on the nose and on the palate, with an astonishing aromatic complexity and a finish full of finesse. Wine to discover between 4 and 6 years or to age for 20 to 30 years.
Food and wine pairings
Red meat, lamb, duck breast