Production area : 25,54 ha
Altitude : 250-300 m
The terroir, big enough for the village of Pommard, was set up by the monks from Cîteaux. Next to Beaune, it grows on clayey and limestone soils with a low slope. In this context, the ripe grapes expresse power, with a rustic touch when it is young. It's a worth keeping terroir.The grapes are purchased in the part of Les Grands Epenots.
Soil : Calcareous clay
Wine-Growing method : Sustainable
Harvest: 100 % manual
At their arrival in our cellar, the grapes are carefully sorted in order to keep only the healthy grapes at an optimal ripeness
50 % destemmed grappe 50% whole berries
24 days of fermentation on the skins at cold temperature
18 months (whose 4 months in stainless steel tank)
100 % oak barrels (whose 35% of new oak)
Serving temperature : 17-19°C
Should be drunk between 2015 and 2025
Pinot noir with aromas of blackberry, blueberry, pepper, a solid but delicate structure. It is considered as the softest of the A.O.C. Pommard.Food pairings
Ideal with red meat such as beef, game animals or game birds and strong cheeses.
: 100 %
A hard-edged red, with a touch of sweet sawdust in the flavors. Cherry and currant notes lead the way to a tight, firm finish.
Wine Spectator , 88pts , 2014-01-01