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.
Saint-Romain lies in an elevated location at the foot of a high escarpment in the Côte de Beaune. The grapes come from « La Périère », a northeast-facing parcel.
Pale white appearance with green tints. Fine and delicate on the nose, with accents of white flowers. It shows a nice mineral character on the palate, which rounds out over time.
Elaborate starters, fish, goat’s cheeses.
Vintage 2011 :
- Bronze medal International Wine Challenge 2014
- Silver medal Decanter 2014
Vintage 2014 :
- Bronze medal Decanter 2016 - 88 points
- Bronze medal IWC 2016
Vintage 2015 :
- Gold medal Féminalise 2017
- Guide Hachette 2018 - 1 star page 502
Vintage 2016 :
- Gold medal Féminalise 2018
- Guide Hachette 2019- 2 stars "Coup de Coeur"