Varietals: Pinot Noir
Appellation: Hautes Côtes de Beaune
Intoxicating dirty cherry, hints of cedar and undergrowth form the aromatic structure of this wine. The palate is very expressive, packed with delicious red and black fruit and showing a nice underlying acidity. This wine is true to the image we have of a perfect Burgundy, immensely pleasurable, and refined. An epitome example of what this region should taste like.
Hand harvest at optimum maturity.
Winemaking : Careful extraction, small percentage of whole cluster, wooden fermenters.
Barrel aging: 12 months in average with 15% new oak.