- Total area 44 ares
- Grape variety Pinot Noir
- Planting year 1979
- Production 1500 bottles/year
- Soil Clay and limestone
- Exposition South – South-East
Harvesting by hand. No fining; very light filtering.
This fairly shallow (20–30 cm) red clay lying directly on the bedrock in the continuation of “Clos des Chênes” produces a very delicate wine. Young, it is redolent of blackcurrant or violet notes. Its elegance and tannin structure make this wine a good candidate for cellaring. It is a delicious, voluptuous wine.