It comes from Pinot Noir grapes grown and grown in Gevrey-Chambertin in the Clos-Prieur parcel (or Lavaut as on the label) where the company owns 0.30 hectares of vines planted in 1954 and partly replaced in 2003. It is high in cask 40% new oak and second passage barrels, whose woods come from Allier and Nivernais. The Clos-Prieur turns to the nose on red fruits and violets. A frank, lively and fruity mouth brings delicacy and gluttony, has a tannic structure that reflects its nobility.
Wine with a large aging potential.
Taste it at a temperature of 16 ° C combined with noble game dishes but also for example with chicken or a cheese plate.