This plot in Meloisey on the Hautes Côtes de Beaune sits at an altitude of 370 meters above sea level. It is planted with low-trained vines with 11,000 plants per hectare. Le Clou was once a seigneurial vineyard surrounded by a stone clos.
The Pinot Noir vines grow in a cool climate on stony, dense soil with brown clay. This perfect situation gives this Bourgogne Hautes Côtes de Beaune Le Clou its fresh Pinot style with generous aromas of red fruit and fine structure.
This is a very expressive red wine with nice roundness in the mouth. It is a sophisticated Pinot Noir with plenty of finesse that will seduce from a young age.