A famous Côte de Beaune appellation which takes its name from the village of Pommard.
The appellation extends over 313 hectares and is devoted solely to red wines, with 125 hectares classified as Premier Cru.
100% Pinot Noir.
The vineyard is situated at an altitude of 250 to 330 m, on gravel and well drained clay-limestone soils.
Maceration lasts about 3 weeks with occasional punching, then the wine is aged for about 13 months in Oak barrel (including 40% new oak barrel).
Colour : Elegant dark ruby dress with purple hues.
Nose : Very fruity (blackberry, blueberry, gosseberry) with pleasant chocolate and pepper notes.
Palate : Pleasantly fruity in the mouth, with massive and dense tannins rounding up with time.
Enjoy ideally with game, a beautiful piece of beaf and strong cheese.
5 to 7 years.
Serve at around 15°-16°C.