Pinot Noir is the grape varietal of all the great wines of Burgundy.The grape skin is black, the pulp is white. Young wines are typically marked by notes of berry fruits. With age more spicy notes can be detected. Tasting reveals a structured wine with light tannins.
The little known grape varietal ‘César’ can be used in Irancy up to a maximum of 10%. A red varietal, César was introduced to the inhabitants of the region by Roman legions. Classed as recommended for the AOC Bourgogne within the department of the Yonne. However, the grape is not widely cultivated and only represents about 2ha of Irancy production.