"One-third of the production was lost for the 2016 Bourgogne Pinot Noir this year. It had been racked at the end of August. It has a precise, quite detailed dark cherry and bergamot-scented bouquet that becomes quite floral with aeration. The palate is defined by its silky smooth tannin, pure red cherry and wild strawberry fruit and a finish you might well mistake for a Vosne-Romanée—yes, that good." Robert Parker
Size: 0.605 ha (1.49 ac)
Variety: Pinot Noir
Vine Age: Planted in 1977, 1986.
Terroir: Two lieux-dits: Pressonier (southeast-facing, limestone and clay soil) and Grand-Champ (southeast-facing, limestone and chalk clay soil).
Viticulture: Lutte raisonée
Vinification: Cold maceration. 16-18 months aging in barrel. No filtration
Lieux-dit "Pressonnier" 7,41ha
Lieux-dit "Grands Champs" 1,43ha