! — Google Ads Dynamic Remarketing -->
You must be 21 years or older to enter this site. By clicking Enter you verify that you are 21 years of age or older.or Exit
Les Vignerons de Mancey (the winemakers of Mancey) is a cooperative in the region of Burgundy (Bourgogne) and the terroir of the Mâconnais, which is popular for its famous Burgundy wines.
The cooperative was founded in 1929 and is committed to promoting its members’ terroirs and famous Burgundy grape varieties: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Aligoté, and Gamay! Les Vignerons de Mancey is relatively small and produces boutique vintages, representative of the soils, the winegrowers, and traditional methods of viticulture.
Associated with Independent Winegrowers from all over Burgundy, the coop’s members represent more than 85 appellations. Each plot has a very different identity based on the diversity of the soils. The entire Burgundy region supports 100 appellations including regional, communal, and villages, plus Cru and Grand Cru appellations.
"This is a thrilling year for Pinot Noir, delivering wines bursting with head-turning perfume and fresh, succulent fruit. Supple and enveloping, they are simultaneously serious and immensely charming, prompting Jacques-Frédéric Mugnier—who crafted some of 2019’s most compelling wines—to remark that he had never before encountered 'a vintage that tasted so good, so young.'" ~Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
Tasting Notes: 100% Pinot Noir. Pale, light ruby color. On the nose, the wine is very expressive and open, releasing aromas of red fruit, such as red currants, cherries, and griotte cherries macerated in alcohol. It is supple on the palate, with nice cherry-stone-like fruit. It is a simple, delicate wine, at a very early stage of its development. Lovely, extremely fresh finish. This is a very easy-to-drink wine.
***Free Shipping on 6 or More Bottles of This Wine***
bottles away from free shipping.