Jean-Baptiste Duperray Côteaux Bourguignons Les 2 Complices · Profile
This Pinot Noir-Gamay blend is a fresh and lively take on these two varietals! The Côteaux Bourguignons appellation can apply to wines from either Burgundy proper or its southern neighbour Beaujolais, where this wine comes from. As the anthropomorphic grape bunches on the label suggest, this is an almost dead-even blend of 55% Pinot and 45% Gamay, with the Gamay aged in cement vats and the Pinot partially aged in used oak barrels. The result is a sprightly red that represents a harmonious balance between these grapes, starting with a bright nose of raspberry, cherry, and spices. The palate is fresh, breezy and red-fruit driven, backed up by solid tannins. Absolutely delightful!
Jean-Baptiste Duperray Côteaux Bourguignons Les 2 Complices · Pairing
This wine belongs to the simple pleasures of life. Pair with a well laid-out charcuterie board, Toast Champignons, burgers, pizza, spaghetti Bolognese, and paella with chorizo.