Production area : 18,35 ha
Altitude : 250-300 m
The hillside vineyard, facing due east, divided into two parts of which the lower is clearly the better. There is plenty of clay in the soil but it's friable in nature, so easy to work.
Soil : Calcareous Clay
Wine-Growing method : Sustainable
Harvest: 100 % manual
At their arrival in our cellar, the grapes are immediately and carefully pressed with a pneumatic press .
100 % crushed grapes
Filtration : yes
17 months (whose 5 months in stainless steel tank)
100 % oak barrels (whose 25% of new oak)
Serving temperature : 11-13°C
Should be drunk between 2021 and 2027
A wine with a fine aromatic intensity of almond, hazelnut, apple and a nice balance between smoothness and freshness on the palate.Food and wine pairings
Ideal with poultry cooked in white sauce and blue cheese.
: 100 %
The oldest vines in the lower part date back to 1907, those in the upper part from 1979. light yellow with green tints. Some weight to the nose, the detail is to follow. A lot of weight here for a hillside wine, with excellent energy, a fresh lime-infused finish.
Inside Burgundy , 90-92pts , 2020-01-06