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An estate located in the heart of Burgundy in one of the most famous villages in the Côte de Beaune known in France and elsewhere: Pommard! The winegrower who created this estate in 2012, inherited the passion of the profession of winegrower since he represents the 6th generation of his family to do this profession. The grape varieties used on the estate are alligoté, chardonna...Lire plus Learn more
An estate located in the heart of Burgundy in one of the most famous villages in the Côte de Beaune known in France and elsewhere: Pommard! The
winegrower who created this estate in 2012, inherited the passion of the profession of winegrower since he represents the 6th generation of his family to do this profession. The
grape varieties used on the estate are alligoté, chardonnay, pinot noir spread over 6 hectares in the communes of Pommard, Beaune and Monthelie.
Harvesting is carried out manually and cultivation practices are always carried out in order to protect the soil and vines. The
estate uses the strength of the Comtois horse to plough the vines, which is in line with the estate's history.
The estate has chosen to cultivate biodynamically by following the lunar calendar throughout the process, from the vine to the cellar. A double selective sorting is carried out, first on the vine and then in the vat room.
To preserve a wide aromatic richness, the grapes should not be stressed and the berry is protected throughout the vinification process. The
impeccable hygiene of the cellar is necessary since the number of inputs is very low, which guarantees wines of high quality.
A maturing on lees is then carried out for 12 to 18 months. The
juices are stored in oak barrels made by local
Our philosophy and method consists in applying rigorous practices both in the vineyard and in vinification according to the lunar calendar, combining ancestral techniques with modern viticultural sciences, all this work allows us to obtain wines of great aromatic intensity, finesse and elegance.