- Variety 100% Pinot Noir, in limestone soil (containing some iron).
- ageing Aged in wood (25% new barrels) for twelve months, followed by a period of three to six months in stainless steel vats to stabilise the wine before bottling.
- tasting A deep red robe; on the nose it evokes a fresh fruit aroma that alters with age to chocolate and peppery notes; full and well-structured on the palate.
- serving guide 14 to 16 degrees.
- food pairing Pairs well with traditional dishes such as a fine roast. Try with strong cheeses, such as Époisses.
- LAYING DOWN Drink within 5 to 10 years.
The Pommard appellation, situated between Beaune and Volnay in an area known for its red wine, displays much heterogeneity, both in terms of exposition and of soil type.
The vines of the estate are situated in two localities, Les Vaumuriens and Les Chanlins, at the top of the hill, and are south-east-facing.