The grapes are harvested by hand and then directly pressed in a pneumatic press. Alcoholic fermentation takes place entirely in French oak barrels, of which 40% are new. The lees are stirred (bâtonnage) occasionally during ageing, which lasts 13 months.
At the heart of the Côte des Blancs, between Chassagne and Puligny and in the immediate vicinity of Montrachet, Saint-Aubin is a village that produces lesser known wines offering excellent value for money.
Lovely golden hue. Delicate and floral on the nose, revealing aromas of pears. Supple and pleasant on entry to the palate. Straightforward and well balanced mid-palate, lovely minerality and lively mouth-watering acidity, all enhanced by hints of toast on the finish.
Fish, shellfish, grilled meat, fruit desserts.
Vintage 2011 :
- Decanter (August parution) 2013 - 89/100
- Gold medal Gilbert & Gaillard 2014
Vintage 2012 :
- Silver Burgondia 2014
- 17/20 Bourgogne Aujourd'hui (number 120)
- 15/20 Gault & Millau 2015
- Bronze medal Decanter 2015
- Silver medal International Wine Challenge 2015
Vintage 2014 :
- Gold medal Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2016
- Gold medal Concours Féminalise 2016
- Silver medal Concours des vins ELLE à Table 2016