Limestone with some iron deposits
Manual harvest in small cases, followed by manual sorting of each grape. The wine is aged for 13 months in 30% new oak.
On the nose, fruit aromas coupled with wilder animal notes expressed on an oaky touch. This is a robust, solid wine with a present tannic structure.
- Pommard wines are typically among the most powerful and tannic of the Côte de Beaune wines, providing a clear contrast to the light and elegant Volnay wines from the neighboring village.