The vineyards of the Hautes Côtes de Beaune are located on a plateau above the famed Côte de Beaune, at an altitude of between 300 and 400 metres.
SoilThe vines grow in calcareous clay soil (originating in the Jurassic period) and benefit from maximum exposure to the sun as the orientation of the slopes varies from south to east.
Grape variety100 % Pinot Noir.
VinificationVinification takes place in temperature-controlled vats at 28-30°C with punching of the cap before being aged for 8 to 12 months in oak barrels.
RobeDeep red tinged with ruby.
NoseThe first nose features oaked aromas with predominant notes of red berries, opening up to nuances of mild spices.
PalateLovely structure with tannins that will express themselves nicely. Pure and pleasing.
Serve withThis wine is a perfect match for Burgundian cuisine: beef bourguignon, tripe and chitterling sausage in Chablis, duck shepherd’s pie with pink peppercorns, or with a platter of assorted deli meats (Serrano ham, duck rillettes, dry sausages). For cheeses, try it with Cantal or artisanal mountain cheeses.
Serve atServe at 16°C.
Cellaring potentialBest enjoyed within 3 years to appreciate this wine’s freshness.