Domaine du Pélican 'Béranger' Trousseau 2020
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If Domaine Marquis d’Angerville has considered expanding beyond the Côte d’Or, it is because something very special is about to happen. The design of Domaine du Pélican, in the Jura, took 4 years of work until Yves Herody, the geologist responsible for mapping the soils of d’Angerville in Burgundy, found what is most precious in the region - including vineyards of Jacques Puffeney. When Jura and Burgundy merge, an immense charge of energy, emotion and refinement is unleashed with each bottle opened.
Montigny-les-Arsures is the capital of Trousseau, fame closely linked to the presence of Jacques Puffeney, one of the kings of reds and who today has transferred his vineyards to Domaine du Pélican. Béranger was one of its most iconic cuvées and its legacy is maintained today with hard work and respect. The soil of the Béranger single vineyard is made up of alluvium and silt, with a gray marl parent rock. The vines are over 50 years old. The stage took place in used barrels of 228L and 350L.