“Philippe Vigneron Pacalet is a part of young people who have started making wine in Burgundy. It has just over 40 years, was previously the director of Domaine Pieuré Roch (up to 1999), the Domaine Henri-Frédéric Roch Properties, one of the people in charge of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti. Now Pacalet has various plots for rent in various areas of Burgundy, from which collects the grapes, vinified with skill, they go on to produce natural wines. His research is aimed at finding certain kinds of Pinot Noir: Pinot fin, that kind of grape thin skin, the small cluster, with a very low yield, disease resistant, and the delicate and complex aromas, Pinot Noir that is becoming rarer in Burgundy.”
“Violet-red . Pine or cedar wood, very likeable. This Philip Pacalet had a smooth and oily texture.
The Philippe Pacalet Chambolle Musigny pairs perfectly with meat.
A Chambolle-Musigny is better to be discovered alone.”