Cuvée Accord Majeur is aptly named since it assembles 70% pinot meunier, 15% pinot noir and 15% chardonnay.
Winemaking of the 2014 harvest is in temperature controlled stainless steel tanks and the wine was bottled in April 2015. The base wine is blend with 30% long term reserve wine to guarantee the Lancelot-Pienne style.
The mouth is round, vinous without heaviness (it retains its full initial lightness), very fruity – the kind of fruit compotes one would like to spread on a thick slice of farmhouse bread were it possible. But it is not…