In 1790, the Saget family embarked upon a long history dedicated to vines and wine, firmly placing Saget among just a handful of estates that can enjoy their third successive century of business. In Touraine, this is the second certified organic harvest, with bioprotection used on all the musts, an alternative that allows the winemaker to dispense with the use of sulphur until racking. For red varietals, the degrees are higher and suggest that you can expect wines with well-balanced and appetizing profiles. This pinot noir has a very bright garnet robe with purple shades. A very Burgundian earthiness opens to notes of wild cherry. It’s an outburst of freshness on the palate, a body full of momentum and tension ending in a hint of vanilla.