Domaine Fourrey Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2020

Domaine Fourrey Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2020

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Simply amazing for the money. Silky, delicious summery pinot fruits abound in this French Burgundy. Popsy reviewed this wine with Miss Vino (press ‘view’ and check out the video) and matched it with slow cooked pork and classic coleslaw. The results were outstanding!

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Domaine Fourrey Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2020

We can barely believe that a bonafide red Burgundy could be selling for this crazy price! If you have never tried a Burgundian pinot noir, this is your entry to a truly majestic world. Nowhere in the world can meld earthy notes with the typical fruity notes of pinot such as raspberry and strawberry like Burgundy.

This example is from the awesome 2020 vintage and it is all about the fruit. It surreptitiously sneaks around from behind and gives you a long, warm hug. There’s hints of dirt and earth, raspberry, blackberry and cherry …but nothing thumps you on the nose like a grade 6 bully! Time in the decanter will ensure it's silky smooth and delivers that superb, seductive Burgundian texture. You just realise at a point that your glass is empty, yet you never want the adventure to end.

This wine originates from an artisan vineyard run by the Fourrey family for 4 generations, based in Chablis, Burgundy. We tasted this in a nice bulbous Burgundy glass to best release its perfume. At our tasting with Miss Vino, we food matched it with slow cooked pork scotch fillet and a classic coleslaw. This is a wine to be enjoyed now but may develop a few more layers over the next few years…but who can wait?! It is very limited and superbly priced, so get some while you can!

Popsy & JJ tasted and food matched October 2021




Up to 7 years


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Popsy says

This is a stunning red Burgundy with beautiful red berries, mineral and earthy notes. Simply amazing for the money. The last vintage sold out fast and this will go fast also!

Miss Vino says

Such a nice ruby colour, plenty of ripe black and red cherries. The fruit is really bright, a touch of earthiness, and the acidity works really well with the pork.

Try it with...

Roast pork

Lamb korma curry

Chicken stir fry

Creamy pasta

Linguini with mushroom, ham, white wine, garlic and cream

Pan fried duck with plum sauce