This cuvée is sourced from several parcels: Damodes, Saint Jacques, Herbues, Tuyaux, Belles Croix, Charmois and Chaliots (right-click the map to enlarge). The soils from the northern parcels contain silt and gravel from the alluvial Meuzin valley, whereas in the southern parcels the soil is predominantly marl and limestone. The vines average 50 years of age and are spread across a total surface area of around .35 hectares.

7,500 bottles produced annually.


90+ points
"Healthy dark red. Reticent, slightly reduced aromas of blueberry, blackberry and mocha suggest a rather strict wine. Densely packed and uncompromisingly dry, but a distinctly elegant style in the context of the vintage. The medicinal berry and spice flavors are complicated by a light saline element. The least sweet and most obviously structured of these 2015 village wines, this Nuits-Saint-Georges conveys good verve and terroir character. Finishes with serious, ripe tannins and lingering notes of redcurrant and leather."
Stephen Tanzer,
, January 2018
93 points
"Tangy cherry, currant and strawberry flavors are augmented by spice and stone notes in this sinewy red. Hints of game, rose hip and licorice emerge as this evolves through the long finish. Best from 2023 through 2035. 50 cases imported."
Bruce Sanderson,
Wine Spectator
, April 2019

Product Line: 
Pinot Noir
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