Located at the foot of a steep cliff, the village of Saint-Romain is in the central part of the Côte d’Or’s Côte de Beaune just west of Meursault.
SoilThe vines benefit from south/southeastern and north/northeastern exposure on steep slopes. The soil is of excellent quality and varies in composition: marl, limestone, with some layers of clay in areas.
Grape variety100 % Chardonnay.
VinificationTraditional vinification in temperature-controlled tanks at 20°C. Aged on the lees and stirred in oak barrels (25 to 30% new oak) for 12 to 14 months.
RobeBeautiful pale yellow in colour with silver highlights.
NoseFresh and delicate with predominant aromas of white blossoms such as hawthorn and honeysuckle, a touch of lychee and some mineral nuances.
PalateCoherence with the nose expressing a harmonized floral profile. Leaves a lovely sensation of freshness on the finish.
Serve withPairs well with fish, crustaceans and white meats in cream sauces. Try this wine with soft cheeses such as Camembert or Brie, whose creamy texture is balanced by this gorgeous wine’s freshness.
Serve atServe between 12 and 14°C to best appreciate this wine’s freshness and roundness.