When Pascal Danjean assumed control of the family estate more than 20 ...
The appellation of Givry is located in the Burgundy sub-region of the Cote Chalonnaise immediately south of the Cote d'Or and consists of the communes of Givry, Dracy-le-Fort, and Jambles where Pascal Danjean is located. Both white and red wines are allowed in the AOC, but around 80% of Givry's production is in red wine. There are nearly 275 hectares planted in Givry with just under 100 hectares of Premier Cru.
As for the soils, Givry is planted on oxfordian era limestone and clayey limestone that has a high proportion of iron and minerals. The terroir yields reds that are capable of firm structures but typically show very high-toned aromatics of violet, cloves, and delicate red cherry notes that make them the perfect pairing for pate, charcuterie, and terrines. The Chardonnays of Givry are bright, pale gold with notes of honey, citrus, and lily flowers.
Pascal now exploits just over 7 hecatares of vineyards in Givry.
Danjean-Berthoux Bourgogne Rouge 2014Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France
Danjean-Berthoux Givry La Plante Premier Cru Rouge 2017Pinot Noir from Givry, Cote Chalonnaise, Burgundy, France
Danjean-Berthoux Bourgogne Rouge 2015Pinot Noir from Burgundy, France