- RegionCôte Chalonnaise
- Grape varietyPinot Noir
- Average vine age 30 years
- SoilClay and limestone.
- Average yield45 hl/ha
- Cellaring Potential2-3 years
- Serving temperature 14-15°
- Boasting a castle that has been in the same family for six centuries, Rully (pronounced Ruilly) is the first village you hit when leaving the Côte d'Or to go to the Côte Chalonnaise in the south. Rully produces red and white wines of Village and Premier Cru appellations. Since the early 19th century, it has also been one of the most important producers of Crémant de Bourgogne.
Vinification & Ageing
- FermentationTraditional in open vats
- Ageing10 to 12 months ageing in stainless steel vats
- Tasting NoteThe red Rully 2012 has a nice ruby colour and the nose offers pretty aromas of blackcurrant and earthiness. Red fruits are also found on the palate. It is round, with tannins nicely lingering on the finish.
- Food PairingGrilled meat - charcuterie - mature cheeses.
- Rully Rouge 2012 - Wine Enthusiast - December 2015 - 85/100
- Rully Rouge 2012 - Wine Enthusiast - December 2015 - 85/100This is tight, with acidity that cuts through the red fruits and perfumed raspberry flavors. It is light and bright, with minimal tannin and just a hint of structure. By Roger Voss (USA)