Coteaux Bourguignons 2021


Brice Martin

A fruit bomb!




6 to 7 months in old barrels


Fermentation in whole bunches for 10 to 12 days without sulfite, using indigenous yeasts. Stored in old barrels after pressing.

Serving temperature


Ageing potential

6 years

Product details

The wine

Brice Martin's Coteaux Bourguignons is a blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir, planted in 1983. A fresh cuvée with bright, crisp black fruit. A lovely wine that will glide effortlessly from aperitif to table! Joie!

The estate

Originally from Saône et Loire, Burgundy-born Brice Martin works on conventional vineyards at Millot in Nuits Saint Georges. A lover of natural wines, he gradually leaned towards the good side of the force and acquired 2 parcels in 2014, one in the Côteaux Bourguignon appellation, the other in Burgundy. Gamay and Pinot Noir are thus vinified using indigenous yeasts, with no inputs at vinification, allowing only a mini-dose of sulfite at bottling. He recently acquired a 0.06-hectare plot in Savigny les Beaune... A confidential winemaker, as you may have gathered, whom Grappe is proud to follow vintage after vintage.


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  • Certification No Certification
  • Contains sulfites Yes
  • Grape varieties Gamay
  • Color Red
  • Vintage 2021
  • Alcohol level 12.5°
  • Content 75cl

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