Characteristics of the estate’s wines:
White: This wine is made from Chardonnay grapes, harvested from plots on the highest slopes. Best kept for between 7 and 15 years, is the perfect accompaniment to fish, white meats and goat’s cheese.
Pinot noir red: refined, delicate, well-rounded, with a subtle bouquet and exceptionally long finish, this wine is at its best between 10 and 15 years old and is perfect with poultry, roast meats and hard cheeses.
Gamay red: with a very long finish, this wine is a good partner for game and strong cheeses. Best kept between 7 and 10 years.
Rosé: a rosé de pressé, this wine is made from a blend of Gamay and Pinot noir grapes harvested together, crushed and macerated overnight before final pressing. Kept at a very low temperature, it ferments for more than 4 months, which gives it a powerful bouquet of complex floral and white-fruit aromas, and a hint of orgeat. With its luscious, silky texture, it is an ideal summer wine.
Gris (white made from red grapes): made partly from Gamay grapes. Thanks to a special method of fermentation, this wine is much appreciated for its white-fruit flavours, such as peach. An ideal summer wine, fresh and cool.
Sparkling: the latest in our range, this wine benefits from great care and attention using the traditional method. It is made from a blend of Chardonnay and Pinot noir grapes and the bottles are turned in the old way, on racks.