Bourgogne Pinot Noir is an appellation dear to our heart, considered an ‘entry-level’ wine, it is an important representative of the quality of our wines. It’s a wine that is emblematic, at its level, of our domaine.
We are lucky in that the parcels we farm in this appellation are situated in alluvial cones. Over millions of years, these zones have accumulated the minerals that have eroded down from the slope.
Bourgogne Pinot Noir reflects a pure expression of Pinot. It’s a beautiful illustration of the uniqueness of Pinot Noir, a variety with a direct aromatic purity and complexity. Our Bourgogne Pinot Noir is not typical of the appellation, in that one must wait 2 or 3 years after bottling to fully appreciate this wine’s potential.
The appellation Bourgogne Pinot Noir is farmed in 4 parcels of 2.47 acres:
- Maladière (0.2220 ha)
- Rouges Champs (0.2316 ha)
- Lutenières (0.1609 ha)
- Croix Blanches (0.4078 ha)