Grape Variety : Pinot Noir
Soil : Clay and limestone from the Jurassic with a soil texture more or less deep depending on the plots.
Site : Grapes are exclusively sourced from select vineyards in the Côte de Nuits and from Terroirs located in the south of the Côte de Beaune and Côte Chalonnaise.
The Vintage 2013 : After a very cold winter and a cool and humid spring, the weather became really fine and warm end of July. The sunny weather and the warm temperatures engendered a slow ripening process of the grapes. The harvest commenced mid September under a bright sunshine. The combination of all those climatic factors and meticulous vinifications have produced wines with very pure aromas and a crunchy texture.
Tasting : Bright red colour. Intense aromas of ripe cherries mixed with liquorice and spices. Complex and generous. Crunchy texture and well integrated tannins. Long and refreshing aftertaste.
Food pairing : Super classic Burgundy, ideal with braised and roasted meats, as well as meat-sauced pastas.