This is a robust white grape variety that has long been grown in Burgundy. Aligoté is an enjoyable wine, fruity and lively on the palate. Pale yellow colour with hints of green. To be drunk while young.
Lovely, deep ruby red colour. Soft dark fruit nose. Bourgogne Pinot Noir is a fresh wine, lively with silky tannins. Best if drunk while young. Can be laid down for 3 to 4 years. Serve with cooked pork meats, grilled meat, red fruit tart.
The first crop was grown by Clair Daü en 1919. This is the appellation that first put the village on the map in both France and abroad … the only AOC (appellation d’origine contrôlée) in the Côte d’Or. Made with Pinot Noir grapes, Marsannay Rosé is soft and fruity, with aromas of freshly crushed grapes and vineyard peaches. The taste that lingers on the palate will make you go back for more. To be drunk while young : between 4 and 24 months, ideal for country picnics.
Marsannay blanc is made with Chardonnay grapes. As with all great white wines from the Côte, it has aromas of white blossom (hawthorn) and dried fruit (almonds) … and honey as it ages. Its pale yellow colour is clear and bright. Good minerality, typical of its terroir, “La Montagne". Can be drunk while young but reaches it best after 4 years.
Made from the grapes of young vines (25-30 years old), located at the foot of the hillside. Bright, ruby colour, subtle nose with hints of spice (cinnamon, vanilla). The terroir is clearly seen in its delicacy and fine texture. Well balanced and long on the palate. To be drunk while young with grilled meat (filet mignon, …).
The oldest vines on the estate (80 to 90 years old), facing due south at the top of the hillside. Lovely ruby colour. Powerful nose, fruity aromas with the taste of raspberry and black cherry. Strong, well structured with toasted overtones (cocoa), long on the palate. This wine should be decanted for immediate consumption. Reaches its best between 6 and 8 years. Serve with Grilled meat, game, cheese.
Gevrey-Chambertin is one of the villages in the Côte-d'Or with the largest area laid to vines (361 hectares).
The soil is chalky with a good proportion of clay marl, which gives the wine its strength and fullness. The vineyards are on the slopes of the hill. Vines located between Gevrey-Chambertin and Brochon at the foot of the hill. These 60 year old vines produce a characterful wine with a deep ruby red colour, aromas of red fruit (kirsch) and outstanding minerality. Long on the palate with spicy overtones. Lay down for at least 4 to 5 years. Reaches its best in about 8 years. Serve with the cheese board, leg of lamb, veal cutlet.
One of the highest terroirs in Gevrey, Les Champeaux vines face due south, between Brochin and Gevrey. Planted in 1901, these are the oldest vines on the estate. The grapes show extensive millerandage. Lovely deep, dark garnet-red colour. Superb nose with subtle hints of violet. Harmonious, fleshy, well balanced with great finesse in the length. Lay down for at least 5 to 6 years. Reaches its best between about 8 and 10 years. Serve with feathered game (partridge, mallard, thrush, …), cheese board.
The wines of Chambolle are above all elegance and finesse models. This Vieilles Vignes Chambolle releases aromas of raspberry, strawberry and candied violets. Rich and complex, it coats the palate with silk and lace. His fleshy delicacy does not prevent to maintain a strong and durable structure.
The village would appear to have been founded in the 12th century and, despite its small size, its name is known throughout the world. Chambolle Musigny produces some of the finest and most elegant red wines of the Côte de Nuits between Morey and Vougeot. Moderate colour, aromas of raspberry, crystallized strawberry and violet. Warm and concentrated on the palate, with the delightful delicacy of a piece of lace. Serve with roast pigeon, Burgundy truffles. Drink between 2 and 5 years old.
Clos de Vougeot is both a vineyard and wine, a historical monument and the image of France. Extending the universal spirit of Cîteaux, the Brotherhood of the Tastevin Knights are hosting the entire Earth. This high place of the wine is a work of patience, radiating a millennium after its founding, the result of long efforts of men and peace of nature.
A very intense color: red raspberry to deep garnet. The sweetness of its bouquet evokes spring. There are also flavors of blackberry, licorice, truffles ... the palate, a sovereign taste, rich and mellow, when the elegant finesse marry.
Village located beyond Gevrey-Chambertin, its wines sharing many of the same characteristics. The best wines are classified as Grand Cru and have their own appellation, without the need to include the name of the village. Grand Cru : Lovely ruby colour in abundance, mushroom, undergrowth nose with overtones of fig and blackcurrant. Attack clean on the palate, good structure, with well balanced, subtle tannins. Drink when fully mature after 5 or 6 years. Serve with wild boar, woodcock, full-flavoured cheese.
Grand Cru : Fine, bright colour with deep crimson tones. Floral nose : rose, violet, a hint of lime-blossom. Spicy length with cinnamon and vanilla. Silky tannins, eager to please, lush on the palate. Drink after 5 to 7 years. Serve with feathered game, duck in orange sauce, Creole dishes.
  * Wines aged at the Estate