"On the right hand side just as you leave the village in the direction of Volnay. A monopoly of the field. Half a whole cluster. Deep, not reduced, complex. Beautiful texture and freshness in mouth. A certain intensity and light tannins. Doesn't necessarily look like a Pommard in its structure. Very tasty, but must wait at least 12 to 24 months before being drunk ". Bill Nanson - Burgundy Report "Ripe strawberry aromas. "Makes light" with a soft, subtle texture. Just a hint of bunches whole on the end". Sarah Marsch - MW
Located south of Pommard and below the very famous Pommard 1er cru Rugiens, the Clos des Poutures is a monopoly.
To be served with an elaborate cuisine. From now on, and keep for up to 10-15 years.
Serve between 16-18°C
Perfect with veal stir-fry or venison.