Purple or dark ruby, often with aromas of raspberry, this Bourgogne Hautes-Ctes de Nuits reveals cherry, liquorice and sometimes violets. On the palate it has a frank, firm taste, pleasing tannins when mature and body but not to excess. This wine works well when paired with not only white meats like rabbit and pork, but also lamb and duck. It can also accompany very slightly spicy cuisine and will be a great surprise when with sweet and sour dishes such as duck lorange or tajines. This wine will also be appreciated with cheese: mature Soumaintrain, Nuits dOr, farmhouse Reblochon and Morbier. Serve at a temperature of 14 to 16C.