The vineyards of Beaune are unique in that out of approximately 400 ha of vines under production, over 300 ha are classified as Premier Cru. The appellation is divided into two parts, north and south, which are separated by a division marked by the road that goes from Beaune up to Bouze-Lès-Beaune. In Old French, “Grèves” referred to sandy soil that was well adapted to viticulture. The 30-hectare “Les Grèves” vineyard is assuredly one of Beaune’s best-known Premiers Crus. Seen from above, it forms a square block and occupies the entire length of the gentle, east-facing slope.
100% Pinot Noir
For its full-bodied structure and powerfull aromas, this wine pairs perfectly with game meats or aged strong cheeses such as French Epoisses, Soumaintrain or Maroilles.
Ideally serve between 15°C and 17°C (59°-63°F).
10 years and more.