Grape variety: Chardonnay.
Average age of the vines: 48 years.
Fermentation for 8 to 10 weeks in oak barrels, 10 to 20 % of which are new.
Temperature control (18-20 °C).
Maturing on lees for 11 months.
“Bâtonnage” (stirring up of the lees) depending on the vintage.
Complete malolactic fermentation.
Bottling after one racking.
This little village dominating the Côte de Beaune produces white wines with a pale yellow colour and green reflexes. It is marked by notes of white flowers and yellow fruits such as mirabelles and finishes off with elegant minerality. To be enjoyed young alongside asparagus or clam platters (cockles, mussels). It is also a perfect accompaniment to aromatic Mediterranean dishes.