A ripe and slightly jammy nose reflects notes of red currant, raspberry and warm earth. The rich, concentrated and plush middle weight flavors exude a touch of bitter pit fruit character on the mildly rustic finish. This isn't especially vibrant, but it is certain powerful and particularly so for a Bourgogne.
-- Allen Meadows, Burghound.com, 2021
This Domaine was created at the end of the 19th century and initially it only had vines in the commune of Chorey. Today, cousins Nathalie, Jean-Paul and Olivier look after 24 hectares of vineyards in the villages of Chorey, Beaune, Savigny and Aloxe-Corton. They believe that wine is a living substance, which is conceived and shared from birth to tasting, and they aim to offer the wine drinker unique sensations, precise aromas and refined pleasure which they achieve through great determination and unremitting attention to detail. As with most top domaines, the work in the vineyards is of the greatest importance, no fertilizers are used in an attempt to limit the vigor of the vines and a green harvest is done in the summer to help promote healthy grapes that will deliver balanced, subtle and complex aromas. After being hand harvested, the grapes are treated in the vat house to a mix of traditional methods (destalking and manual punching down of the caps) and modern techniques (pneumatic presses and temperature controlled fermentations). The wines are matured in a mix of new and used French oak casks for 16 to 18 months and are bottled at the Domaine under the best technical conditions possible.