Grape Variety : Pinot Noir
Soil : Clay and limestone
Site : The area of production is located on the most sunny slopes of the hills near the Côte de Nuits. It is spread over 16 villages of the Côte de Nuits at an average Height of 300 to 400 metres.
The Vintage 2006 : The weather at the start of summer was quite demanding. However, the sun appeared at the end of August and continued throughout September. The harvest commenced in mid-September in perfect conditions.
Tasting : Ruby red. Very refreshing aromas of red berries and violet with a delicate spicy note. Well-balanced with well-shaped tannins. Lively and refreshing note on the finish.
Food pairing : Super "everyday" Burgundy, ideal with braised and roasted meats, as well as meat-sauced pastas.