Saint-Romain is a village appellation in the Côte de Beaune. The area of appellation covers 97,16 ha of which 59,74 ha are white grapes and 37,42 ha are red. Though it is located at the foot of a high cliff, Saint-Romain sits high up. This was one of the first places where the Celts and Gallo-Romans planted vines in Burgundy.
The vineyards are planted on the gentle slope where the vines thrive in excellent soils. The combination of marls and limestone layered with clay are perfect for cultivating the Chardonnay grape. The vines face south/south-east at altitudes of between approximately 280 and 400 metres.
100% Pinot Noir