Classiques Pinot Noir

Sourced from vineyards located in Southern Ardèche which, consisting of of clay-limestone soils, are a most suitable terroir for high standard Burgundy-style Pinot Noir.

The vines are planted on south facing slopes of hillsides for greater sun exposure.

This wine is the result of a rigorous work: limited yields (50hl/ha), thinning at the beginning of the summer, exclusively manual harvesting and a long maceration lasting 2 to 3 weeks.

Grape Varieties:
Pinot Noir
Tasting Notes:

A ruby red colour with light aromas of ripe fruits – blackcurrant and cherry – and some spicy notes. The palate reveals an elegant wine with lean tannins on the finish.

Open one hour prior to service for the best aroma expression.

Perfectly suited to French charcuterie, game dishes, cold buffets and cheese.

Cellar for 2-3 years








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About the Producer

Vignerons Ardéchois

Vignerons Ardechois – UVICA – is a co-operative situated near Ruoms on the right bank of the Rhone, west of Montelimar between Lyon and Avignon. Formed over 30 years ago it has bought together 23 smaller co-operatives from 23 villages. It is the largest single wine producer in the Rhone, representing 3,000 growers with 8,500 ha of vineyards. Annual production is over 500,000 hectolitres – mainly varietal IGP Ardeche (formally Vin de Pays des Coteaux de l’Ardeche) but also AOC wines of Cotes du Rhone, Coteaux du Tricastin and Cotes du Vivarias. EU funding and a growing awareness of modern vinification techniques have encouraged the Co-ops to invest in state of the art technology, actions from which they have clearly benefitted.


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