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Domaine Michel Magnien, Marsannay "Mogottes" 2019, Burgundy

Domaine Michel Magnien, Marsannay "Mogottes" 2019, Burgundy

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Marsannay is the newest AOC in Burgundy, created in 1987. Located immediately south of Dijon, it is part of the prestigious Côte de Nuits.

The "Mogottes" climat is a Domaine Michel Magnien Monopole - this means the entire vineyard parcel belongs to the Domaine making its production, a unique, rare wine.

Mogottes has a dark brown limestone, clay and mark soil which gives a powerful yet elegant wine with fine freshness and vitality.

Pair this with duck.

In the Press

“Whiffs of warm earth and herbal tea can be found on the red and dark cherry-scented nose. There is a slightly finer texture to the medium weight flavors that also flash both good salinity and delineation before concluding in a youthfully austere and nicely balanced finale.” (Allen Meadows, tasted 10 Jan 2021)

Quick Information

Bottle Size: 75cl
ABV: 13%
Current Stock: 12
BIN: BTL-0405
Style: Red
Vegetarian: Yes
Vegan: Yes
Organic: Yes
Designation: AOC Marsannay

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Burgundy, France

Burgundy (or Bourgogne in French) is small in size, the Côte d'Or has about 8000 hectares under vine, yet its influence is immense. It is home to some of the best known and most expensive wines in the world. Look in the right places and there is great quality and superb value to be found.

The two major grapes are Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, though you can find small pockets of well-made Aligoté.


Pinot Noir

When made well, Pinot Noir shines. When young it has delicious aromas of cherries, raspberries, and strawberries.

As the wine ages, it will develop complexity and mystery. It has the capacity to become a gamey style of wine. It will show notes of autumn, truffles and mushrooms, especially when originating from the top vineyards of Burgundy. 


Frédéric Magnien, Domaine Michel Magnien

Frédéric Magnien is the fifth generation to run the family estate. He took over in 1996 and expanded the domaine from 4 to 18 hectares and converted the estate to biodynamics in 2010.

Frédéric likes to age his wines in clay jars, oak barrels, and terracotta amphorae. His aim is to have approximately half of each wine aged in barrel and half in the more neutral clay vessels.