Overlooking the Gevrey-Chambertin slope and extending to the wood of Corton, this estate’s Hautes-Côtes de Nuits vineyards are located on the slopes to the west of the famed Côte de Nuits.
SoilThe vines are planted in calcareous clay-based soil overlying Middle and Upper Jurassic limestone. Exposure ranges from south to east.
Grape variety100 % Pinot Noir.
VinificationVinification takes place in temperature-controlled open vats (28/30°C) with regular punching of the cap followed by 8 to 12 months ageing in oak barrels.
RobeLovely intense ruby red in colour.
NoseGorgeous berry profile reminiscent of blackberry and blackcurrant nuances complemented by notes of venison and a touch of liquorice.
PalateDelectable and soft on the palate, good structure without any roughness. Warm, spicy finish with notes of vanilla and liquorice.
Serve withA fine accompaniment to roasted or grilled meats such as rack of lamb served with scalloped potatoes, pork tenderloin with apricot and quince, or game pâté studded with chanterelle mushrooms. Soft, creamy cheeses such as Brie, Brillat-Savarin or Neufchâtel are well suited to this wine.
Serve atServe between 14 and 16°C.
Cellaring potentialEnjoy within 3 years to best appreciate this wine’s freshness.