Nose: Elegant with aromas of fresh red fruits and a slight oakiness.
Palate: We find this finesse of first growth with a nice fruity associated with relatively soft tannins.
Guard: Good to drink in three to five years. To keep maximum between six and eight years depending on the vintage.
Plot located on the hillside (very steep slope), just behind the village. Its orientation is to the south.
Quite limestone and a little clay.
100% Pinot Noir.
Age of vines
After a rigorous sorting of the harvest, it is scraped and put in concrete vats. Cold maceration for ten days with pigeages and pumping over, then alcoholic fermentation for 8 days. After racking and assembling the press wine, the wine is put in casks.
Fully barreled (15% new oak) for about 15 months. The malolactic fermentation is done late enough to keep a maximum of fruit.
1800 bottles approx.
Meat seized, cheese, fillet of mushroom, veal roti.