The grapes are picked and sorted by hand. Maceration last around 2 weeks with the extraction carried out mainly via pumping over operations (remontage) in order not to extract too much bitterness. The grapes are entirely destemmed. The wines are aged for 16 months in French oak barrels, of which around 25% are new.
This parcel of old vines, located at the foot of Poncey church, produces generous, early-ripening grapes. In fact, we often start our harvesting with this terroir.
The deep ruby hue possesses a beautiful shine. Lively and pleasant with red and black fruit notes. Rich, fine and straightforward, its warm, lively and generous character sets it apart.
Grilled meat, charcuterie.
Vintage 2012 :
- Gold medal Féminalise 2014
- Guide Gault & Millau 2015 : 15/20
- Bourgogne Aujour'hui : 14,5/20
Vintage 2013 :
- Gold medal Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2016
- Silver medal Concours des vins ELLE à Table 2016