The La Boudriotte appellation is intermixed with the Morgeots appellation. It encompasses the ‘climats’ of La Boudriotte, La Roquemaure, Champ Jeandreau, Les Chaumes, Les Fairendes and Les Petites Fairendes which also benefit from the triple choice of whether to be known by their own name, by that of the La Boudriotte appellation or that of the Morgeot appellation.
Sustainable methods. The soils are worked and tilled mechanically.
This wine reveals aromas of fruit and white flowers. It is perfectly balanced between finesse and strength making it open and direct. The texture is strong and firm. This premier cru offers exceptional ageing potential. The palate is full, round, fleshy and succulent with a long, mineral finish. Good tension.
Taste it fresh at around 12 ° -13 ° C to get the most out of its organoleptic potential.