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.


91 points
"Black cherry and black currant flavors highlight this supple, juicy red. Earth and stone notes add interest as this tightens up toward the finish. Balanced and long, ending with hints of tar and spice. Best from 2021 through 2033. 50 cases imported."
Bruce Sanderson,
Wine Spectator
, November 2019
(90-92) points
"Moderately saturated ruby-red. Distinctly darker on the nose than the Gevrey-Chambertin, offering scents of blackberry, violet and spices. At once juicy and sweet in the mouth, conveying a pliant texture and considerable delicacy to its lively savory flavors of dark berries and spices. Already showing an appealing personality, this captivating, subtly long Nuits-Saint-Georges finishes with ripe, nicely enrobed tannins that reach the front teeth. A terrific village wine in the making."
Stephen Tanzer,
Vinous Media
, January 2018

Product Line: 
Pinot Noir
Farming Type: