Situated at the foothills of Montrachet, in a small triangular-shaped basin. This 1er Cru appellation was almost classed as a Grand Cru under the name ”Blanchot-Batard-Montrachet” like its neighbour ”Les Criots” which was Grand Cru classified under the denomination ”Criots-Batard-Montrachet” by the decree of the 31st of July 1937. The total surface area covers just 1ha17.
Sustainable methods. The soils are worked and tilled mechanically.
A full and complete wine. Tension and energy complement its aromas of white flowers and fresh fruits. Concentrated, precise and ethereal, definitely worthy of a Grand Cru.
Taste it fresh at around 12 ° -13 ° C to get the most out of its organoleptic potential.