Our Red Wines

Bourgogne Passe Tout Grain
Bourgogne Rouge
Beaune 1er Cru "Les Chouacheux"
Pommard "Les Vignots"
Pommard 1er Cru "Les Fremiers"

Pommard 1er Cru "Le Clos des Boucherottes"

Our White Wines
Saint-Romain "Sous le Château"

Our Prizes

Bourgogne Pinot noir  2004
score : 80/100 - Guide  Gilbert & Gaillard  2009


Location : beneath the village of Pommard, beyond the “Nationale” road which runs between Beaune and Chagny.
Place name : Les “Sorbins” and “Les Crenilles”
Surface area : 0.80 hectares
Altitude : 230 meters
Geology : a deep clay-limestone soils to get a very wellstrucutred wine.
Age of vines: 22 years
Grape variety : Pinot Noir


Vines are pruning in guyot, desuckering, then training with the traditionnal burgundian technique. Fertilisation is sustainable.
Soils scraping
Manual sorting of the harvest
Yield : 60 hl/hectare

Vinification and Maturing

Grapes are entirely destemmed, then vinified in concrete tanks with punching of the cap andpumping over ajusted to daily tasting.
The maceration on skins lasts 3 to 5 days under 15°C, followed by a fermentation at maximum temperature of 33/34°C.
The period of vinification depends on vintages. It is during between 15 days to 3 weeks.
Then, wines are put into oak barrel during 12 months.
Release date for the vintage 2006 : February 4th-8th, 2008
Annual production: 6 400 bottles
Cases of 12 bottles : 530
Alcohol degree : 12.5% vol

Tasting notes

The Bourgogne Pinot Noir adopts the characteristics of the local soil. This is a robust Burgundy, with a ruby robe, offering red fruit aromas and rich intensity.


Best aged for a minimum of 4 to 7 years according to the vintage. Matching wine with food
Vegetable salads, fish, veal, cold tabouleh
Cheeses like Comté and Epoisse.

Serving temperature : 16-17C°