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Tasting notes

  Color: Crimson or dark ruby.

  Nose: Aromas of red berries mixed with spicy nuances.

  Palate: This wine has a firm and straightforward taste, pleasant tannins once matured, and just the right amount of body.

Wine and food pairing

It goes well with such meats as rabbit, lamb or duck. An adaptable wine which, thanks to its attractive balance, commends itself to a wide range of dishes. Cheeses: mature Soumaintrain, Nuits d’Or, Reblochon fermier, Morbier.

Serving suggestions

Best served at a temperature of 14 to 16°C.

Ageing potential

It takes about 3 years to fully enjoy it, but it can age up to 8 years.

Grape varietals

Pinot Noir


A regional appellation, the appellation extends over 19 communes in Côte d'Or. The vineyards of the Hautes-Côtes de Nuits stand alongside those of the Côte des Grands Crus de Bourgogne, at a higher altitude (300 to 400 m instead of 250 to 350 m), which is why the term "Hautes-Côtes" (High slope) is used. The Hautes-Côtes de Nuits cover approximately 750 hectares, of which 600 hectares are Pinot Noir.

Vinification & ageing

All the grapes pass over a sorting table and are then crushed, de-stemmed before fermentation in stainless steel tanks. Cold pre-fermentation maceration for 3 days. Alcoholic fermentation for 12 days with 2 pumping over and 2 punching down per day and light final warm maceration. Pressing then ageing in barrels for 10-12 months.