The grapes are harvested by hand and then directly pressed in a pneumatic press. Alcoholic fermentation takes place entirely in stainless steel vats, after which the wines are transferred by gravity into French oak barrels, 20% of which are new. The lees are not stirred (bâtonnage) during ageing, which lasts 11 months.
Rully, located in the Côte Chalonnaise, produces wines which are expressive and pleasant to drink when young. The grapes come from a parcel located to the southwest of the village, above the famous « Les Pucelles » 1er cru. Bordered by forest, this terroir retains plenty of freshness and is one of the last to be harvested in the appellation area.
A beautiful golden hue with green tints. Very expressive on the nose, which is both fruity and floral. Straightforward on entry to the palate and showing tropical fruit on the finish.
Grilled fish and poultry. Hard cheeses such as Comté.
Vintage 2012 :
- Silver Burgondia 2014
- Gold medal concours général agricole de Paris 2014
Vintage 2013 :
- Bronze Burgondia 2015
- Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2015
- Guide Hachette 2016 page 545
Vintage 2014 :
- Gold medal Concours Féminalise 2016
- Silver medal Decanter 2016 - 90 points
- Silver medal IWC 2016
- Silver medal Concours bettane+desseauve prix plaisir 2016
- 1 star - Guide Hachette des Vins 2017 (page 537)
Vintage 2015 :
- Gold medal Féminalise 2017
- Silver medal IWC 2017
- Bronze medal Decanter 2017
Vintage 2016 :
- Gold medal Decanter 2018 - 95 points