Gachot-Monot Bourgogne Hautes Cotes de Beaune (750ml)

  • Wine Type

    Red Wine

  • Country


  • Size


  • Food Pairing

    Pork tenderloinBeefLamb

  • Sub-Region


  • Region


  • Grape

    Pinot Noir

  • Vintage


The wines of Gachot-Monot represent excellent value in Burgundian wines. They offer an outstanding price-to-quality ratio. This fifth-generation vigneron and his Danish wife, Lise, farm twelve hectares in the village of Corgoloin, in between Nuits-Saint-Georges and Beaune. They first came to Kermit’s attention via the master of La Tâche himself, Aubert de Villaine and another great Burgundian producer, Bertrand Chevillon. Damien was first saluted by the Hospices de Beaune as a young talent to be watched. Kermit Lynch has been importing his wines since the 2000 vintage.

Tasting Notes

This wine combined ripe red fruit with light earthy tones.  Fresh and crunchy red fruit and herbal notes. 


Pinot Noir sourced from the regional appellation situated on the heights of the village of Saint-Aubin from a very well exposed this plot (Les Châtaigniers).   Vines are sustainably farmed and densely planted, pruning, de-budding, and green harvests limit the yields.  All grapes are harvested by hand and 100% destemmed before fermentation in cement tank for anywhere between 10-15 days.  The wine ages in barrel (20-30% of which are new) for up to 18 months before bottling. 

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