It was in 1552 that Jean Bourgogne, an ancestor of David Rebourgeon, came to Pommard. Through a leasing arrangement with the Abbaye Saint Marguerite in Bouilland he acquired some vines in Pommard.
Aromas of sweet fruit and hints of liquorice. The palate is of cherry, raspberries, and black fruit with a rich, long and juicy finish balanced by great acids and earthiness.
Food Pairing: A food driven Pinot Noir to enjoy now until 2020 with duck, skirt steak, beef bourguignon or hard cheeses.
Bourgogne Cuvée de Maison Dieu 2020