Grape Variety : Pinot Noir
Soil : Chalk mixed with silt and clay.
Site : On the slope of the village of Pommard, one of the most famous growth for Pinot Noir in the Côte de Beaune area.
The Vintage 1997 : Harvest took place at the end of September after a mitigated Summer. It was as a whole homogeneous.
Tasting : Fairly deep ruby with orange-brick reflections. Intense aromas of cooked red berries and red plum enhanced by spicy aromas and a subtle oak note. Elegant, appealing and well structured with a soft and very harmonious tannic structure.
Food pairing : To be enjoyed with red or white meat, grilled or marinated.