Pommard is the first village you reach as you leave Beaune heading south.
The vineyard covers around 300 hectares and annual production is about 14,000 hectolitres.- Old alluvial deposits with clay-chalky.
Pommard is only made from Pinot Noir grapes.- 10,000 plants/hectare.
Attractive purple colour
The nose releases notes of black fruits like blackcurrants. The initial aromas make way for pretty cedar notes
The mouth is full, complex and with a liveliness that points to good ageing potential
This wine is ideal served with veal chops cooked pink and pan-fried forest mushrooms, red meats, goose and all game. Jugged boar is a must. Enjoy this wine with strong, mature cheeses
Serve at around 15 °C. (59°F.).
This wine can be drunk young but will also age very well in a cellar for 5 to 8 years, even more in good storage conditions.