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From 1970 to 1990.
Parcel located 4 kms from Pommard, east-facing.
Clay limestone, Upper Jurassic period.
In “Vee” shape (lyre).
Typical of high-class wines of Burgundy, juice is oak barrelled immediately after pressing.
Fermentation is on the lees for 11 to 18 months.
At bottling, all wines are gravity-fed to avoid pumping.
The type of vine, the soil and the style of winemaking give great Burgundian typicity to this wine: full-bodied, with delicate, rich aromas and a long finish, smoky flavours and white truffles.
At its best between 4 and 12 years.
To be tasted with rich fish dishes, with smoked salmon or Chicken Gaston Gerard. Taste also with a rich, fruity Comté cheese
12 and 15°C.