This premier cru of Les Charmots is ideally located in the middle of the hillside, on land formerly occupied by large hornbeam trees. This terroir faces south and produces the most elegant premier cru in the village of Pommard.
These Pinot Noir vines are planted on magnificent red limestone soil full of iron oxide, over a subsoil of Ladoix limestone. They offer rare complexity and remarkable finesse. This warm climate, ideally suited to the Pinot Noir grape, gives rise to a wine of exceptional density, finesse, and elegance.
This premier cru has a subtle, airy side. It is a very charming wine that benefits from a few years waiting in the cellar.