A Côte de Nuits appellation which takes its name from the village of Fixin, which lies to the north of Gevrey Chambertin, in Burgundy.
The appellation area extends over 95 hectares, 22 hectares of which are classified as Premiers Crus, with only 2% producing white wines.
100% Pinot Noir, the great red Burgundies king grape.
"Clos du Chapitre" is located at about 360 meters of altitude, with a south-east exposure.
The vines are cultivated on brown limestone soils.
Traditionnal Burgundian vinification in wooden vats followed by maturing and ageing in barrels for 14 months (including 30% new oak).
Ideal with richly-flavoured dishes such as bœuf bourguignon, coq au vin, wild game and ripe cheeses.
Can easily be kept in the cellars for 10 years in good storage conditions.
Drink ideally at a temperature of around 15-16° C. (59-61°F.).