This Premier Cru is situated on the Cote St. Jacques. Its aspect is due east, ideal for the Pinot grape. These particular vineyards are less well known than the twenty-four other Premiers Crus, but despite this produce a wine possessed of an excellent pedigree and an ability to be kept over a period of years that ranks alongside that of Grands Crus.
A wine with a character which is known as masculine, quite structured, with closed tannins but good length.
This wine exhibits complexity married perfectly with elegance, the wine is full-bodied and this comes very much to the fore. There is a fruitiness together with touches of flowers - roses and wallflower. This wine may be kept and be allowed to mature for some years.