Saint-Romain shows a pale yellow colour with green touches. The nose is very expressive with white flowers and white fruit flesh aromas. It is well structured in the mouth with a nice acidity giving a very nice and fresh aftertaste.
Saint-Romain is a small village next to Auxey-Duresses in the French region of Burgundy. The vineyards are quite high and steep, planted under famous cliffs. Vineyards have South/South-East orientation. The soils of Saint-Romain are made of lime stones with some clay veins, very appropriate to the production of white wines.
The wine is aged in french oak barrels for 14 months.
Food match with: Grilled and Roasted White Meats, Fish/Shellfish, Salads and Picnics, Mild Creamy Cheeses
Grape Variety: Chardonnay