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 30% are new. The lees are not stirred (bâtonnage) during ageing, which lasts 11 months.
The southeast-facing parcel is located at the top of the village, above the 1er crus, opposite the famous Corton-Charlemagne vineyards.
Pale hue. Notes of white flowers and citrus on the nose. Straightforward and slightly tart on entry and rounded off by a long, floral finish.
Grilled fish, white meat, goat’s cheese.
Vintage 2012 :
- Gold medal concours des Féminalise 2014
- Guide Gault & Millau 2015 : 15/20
Vintage 2013 :
- Burgondia d'Argent 2015