The vineyard of 41 hectares mainly surrounds the Château, built in the 16th Century at the southern edge of the Côte de Beaune.
This is a village appellation of Côte de Beaune, Côte d'Or.
This appellation includes 11 Premier Cru "climats", 280.57 hectares of red wines (109.69 in Premier Cru) and 47.70 hectares of white wines (12.80 hectares in Premier Cru).
This wine is produced on the villages of Santenay and Remigny.
Plot of 1.13 hectares located in the northwest of the appellation
100% Pinot Noir.
The very steep slope is located at about 400 meters altitude. 35 years old vines, with an south-east exposure.
The grapes are hand harvested and then destemmed. The grapes are sorted in the vineyard and also in the cellar on the sorting table. Vinification of 3 weeks in temperature controlled concrete vats. The wine is then matured in oak barrels (25% new oak), 12 months in barrels then 3 months in stainless steel vats.
Visual: garnet red color
Nose: aromas of red fruits and rose, subtly spicy
Palate: intense attack with black fruits such as blueberry, soft tannins. Great delicacy in the structure of this wine. Nice lingering finish.
Enjoy ideally with roasted lamb or beef, roasted poultry or poultry in sauce, rich cheeses.
Serve ideally at a temperature of around 15/16°C. (59-61°F.).