Domaine Gueguen, Crémant de Bourgogne NV

An elegant Crémant de Bourgogne, made 100% from Pinot Noir which brings the whole complexity and finesse of this wine. Hand-harvested in the village of Saint-Bris, heart of Burgundy.  A bright and limpid yellow color with gold reflections. Beautiful shine with fine bubbles. A fine and fresh, fruity first nose, marked by notes of pear, reinette apple, and almonds. A few floral and spicy notes provide additional complexity A perfect Crémant for the aperitif, which can also be used as a starter with light and fine dishes such as oysters, scallops à la plancha or as a main course on a sole meunière.This Crémant is serious competition for Champagne without the price tag of some high-end Blanc de Noirs. Lovers of bubbles this is a must try from a small production.

High Environmental Value
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Wine category
Sparkling Wine
Pinot Noir
Crémant de Bourgogne
High Environmental Value, Organic, Sustainable
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Food pairing

Cured Meat

Bacon, Charcuterie, Ham

Delicate Buttery Cheese

Brie, Camembert, Époisses, Burrata

Dry, Salty Umami Cheese

Parmesan, Grana Padano, Pecorino, Asiago, Aged Manchego

Fruity, Umami Cheese

Cheddar, Gouda


Clam, Oyster, Scallop

Nutty Hard Cheese

Gruyere, Comte, Emmental,

Salty, Crumbly Cheese

Feta, Halloumi, Old Goats Cheese


Lobster, Crab, Shrimp, Langoustines
The producer

Domaine Gueguen

Demanding climate, limestone soil with multiple nuances, various valleys that offer contrasting micro-climates, Chablis and Auxerrois Vineyard is a mosaic of terroirs.The diversity of plots is a challenge for us. The balance between soil and micro-climate differs everywhere. You can observe it at harvest time, when a plot can achieve ripeness 3 weeks after the first one.First of all, you have to understand what happens in the vineyard, where terroir comes to life, by observing the wine and bringing all needed care to help the grapes ripen. Ripeness is essential to transfer the terroir to the glass.

The soil is ploughed to encourage the vines to extend their roots more deeply and therefore better express the typicity of the Terroir. Grass is allowed to grow on plots with over-vigorous vines to hold them back.