It comes from Pinot Noir grapes grown in Pommard, in the 0.68 hectares of vineyards on three parcels facing east; here the vines (average age 30 years) rest on clay-limestone soils with deep soils rich in rock. The harvest is manual, with selection of the best grapes; vinification is traditional, with the use of indigenous yeasts and fermentation in open-cell vats at a controlled temperature (32 ° C). The wine is raised in new barriques for 30% of the mass, in used barriques for the remaining 70% for a total duration of 20 months.
Wine with very good aging abilities.
Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° C combined with hunting dishes.