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Production area

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

Tasting notes

COLOUR: Amber red, intense and brilliant.
NOSE: An incomparable bouquet with predominant floral and fruity notes, especially violet, raspberry and blackberry.
PALATE: Classy, noble and refined with elegant roundness. This feminine wine is one of the finest examples from the Côte de Beaune.

Vinification and maturing

The grapes in this vineyard were hand-picked and sorted as soon as they arrived in the winery. They were then pressed in a pneumatic press which allows for optimum extraction of the juice without damaging the fruit. Vinification and ageing took place in oak barrels using 30% new oak. The wine was aged on the lees for 15 months with occasional stirring. It was then racked and blended in stainless steel tanks where it remained for 2 months to complete the ageing process.

Food and wine pairing

Enjoy with roasted meat and poultry such as duck, stuffed quail or beef tenderloin.

Serving suggestions

Serve between 16° and 17°C.

Ageing potential

5 to 7 years

Vintage : 2011