Grape Variety : Pinot Noir
Soil : Chalk mixed with silt and clay
Site : On the slope of the village of Pommard, one of the most famous growth for Pinot Noir in the Côte de Beaune area.
The Vintage 2009 : After a cold winter and a beautiful spring, the hot summer was interrupted by stormy intervals which fortuitously took place when needed and thus facilitated growth and good maturation of the grapes. Harvest began early September with excellent weather conditions. Aging in oak during 18 months.
Tasting : Deep ruby colour. Intense of red berries and truffles. Smoky notes. Hint of minerality. Complex and well-balanced. Very pure fruit. Deep and dense. Tight and silky texture. Delicate oak and elegant tannins. Long and generous finish.
Food pairing : To be enjoyed with red or white meat , grilled or marinated, games