Dense, compact clay over a limestone slab, resulting in a Grand Cru of exceptional age-ability potential.
Manual harvest in small cases to avoid compressing the grapes and bursting the berries. Aged for 12-15 months on fine lees in neutral French oak barrels.
Floral nose, with fruity aromas enhanced by intense mineral notes and developing lightly smoky touches. Very round on the palate, both full-bodied and refined.
Points of Distinction
- The appellation is grown on ancient Roman history
- William Fèvre owns 22% of the total appellation