An appellation grown in 14 Côte de Beaune villages. The wine is exclusively red, and the vineyards extend over 45 hectares.
100 % Pinot Noir.
Brown limestone soils, with red stones, ferruginous oolites, yellow limestone, marls, clay, and sand. Vines are planted on varied slopes, often fairly inclined, with a south-eastern and southern exposure and at altitudes from 180 to 280 meters.
The grapes are hand harvested and then destemmed.
Vinification in wooden vats followed by maturing in barrels for around 10 months, 20% new oak.
Colour: A brilliant garnet red
Nose: Red berry fruits (cherry), spices and a discreet woodiness
Palate: An elegant wine, soft and pleasant, presenting a fat, strong attack with mature tannins. This is a supple, fine and elegant wine.
It will be the perfect companion to the traditional Burgundian dishes made with pinot noir sauce such as poached eggs « œufs en meurette », but also grilled lamb cutlets, donkey meat sausage, a spicy pizza, roasted beef or creamy cheese.
This wine can be enjoyed now or it can be kept for up to 2 to 4 years in optimal conditions.