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Pinot Noir


We sought our Pinot Noir in two ideal regions, Puy-de-Dôme and Méditerranée, where 15-40 year old vines in high-altitude vineyard sites enjoy hot days and cool nights similar to Burgundy.
Aromas and flavors of sweet cherry fruit meld with earth and spice, balanced acidity and ripe fine tannin, to give this wine a long, smooth finish.
Well-suited to pastas, pizza, BBQ, or anything eaten en-route as you search for long-lost knowledge.
Crafted by a 10th generation family winery, using traditional Burgundy methods with only the finest lots of Pinot Noir grapes. Vegan-friendly.
Lower Carbon Footprint
Lightweight glass, sustainable farming, and local sustainable printer.
It only seems like magic. Skills honed from centuries of experience have crafted the smooth delight of such a wine.
-Colette Bourgogne
Pinot Noir
Colette Bourgogne

Welcome to France, Home of Colette Bourgogne.

Colette throws you a rope and calls out, beckoning you to climb toward the flittering engine above. So up you go. Aboard, her eyes hold yours for a fleeting moment, and a conspiracy blooms. She is a devotee of discoveries and just like that, you become her second-in-command. She darts back to the wheel and holds a finger to the wind. “West,” she announces and off you fly in her magnificent machine.

“Why West?” you ask.

“To find the eternal flame.”

You laugh, heartfelt, though Colette does not join you. “But it doesn’t exist,” you protest. “It’s like unicorns and dragons, a story to sing young children to sleep.”

You catch the flying satchel just before it hits your head. The material slips through your fingers, silvery scales the size of a grown man’s hand. “What is this?”

“Dragon skin. But as you say, such things don’t exist.”

“How did you – ”

“Every story contains a grain of truth. The eternal flame exists and I mean to find it.”


“It will make an excellent decoration for my mantle.”

You doubt that very much, but remain silent.

“Don’t you see? The eternal flame burns and never exhausts itself; it could power every steam engine in the world from now until Doomsday. If we find it, we can harness it and explore like never before.”

“What if you can’t harness it?” you implore.

Colette cocks her head at you. “The rules of logic apply. It must consume something, some inexhaustible resource, and I shall discover what.” She pauses, considering. “You’re not one of those magic people, are you?”

This time, she does join you in laughter.

The journey had only just begun.