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Richer in tannin and fuller in spice and earth tones than one might expect from other clones of Pinot Noir, this Berligou immediately demonstrates its royal pedigree with an intricate mélange of fresh, violet pastille, and forest floor notes that evoke the crunch of fallen leaves. Complex and long, yet elegant and deceptively inviting, this Berligou is as refreshing in the summer as it is comforting underneath a blanket, curled up against the fire.

Mushroom ragout, summer black truffles, croque monsieur, light pastas, poultry, late summer nights, dear friends

With nearly two centuries of winegrowing under their belt, the Poiron-Dabin family’s roots in the Loire Valley run deep. The family’s history as vignerons is documented as early as 1858, though it remains likely that their experience in the area extends back further. The modern winery traces its origins to the marriage of Jean Poiron to Thérèse Dabin in 1962. The couple later purchased the Domaine de Chantegrolle in 1990 and relocated operations to their newly acquired facility. It was around this time that their sons, Jean-Michel and Laurent, joined the family business. Jean and Thérèse each retired around the turn of the millennium, passing the baton to the two brothers, who continue to steward the estate today.

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