Pommard belonged to the thirteenth century to Alix de Vergy, wife of the Duke of Burgundy
Eudes II. In 1224 and 1240, she donated it to the archbishops of Lyon. Then,
Pommard successively became the property of the ducal estate, large families
and religious orders. With the Revolution, the property was split up, as
across the vineyards of Côte d'Or. The floors and basements give the
Pommard color, strength and exemplary aromatic expression. As wrote
Victor Hugo, the wines of Pommard were "breath, inspiration and sometimes genius
Bouquet revealing fruity aromas and wild with what to barrel. Structure,
farm, it is a wine with a strong personality. Full-bodied in his youth, he softens
with age. Good potential.
Working the vines: The grapes come from the Domaine and purchasing contracts.
We work in a spirit of close cooperation with our partners,
which we bring all our knowledge and our know-how for
and a vintage meeting our quality requirements.
The vinification and aging: Depending on the vintage profile, vatting lasts 8 to
15 days before breeding takes place during 8 to 14 months in oak barrels from France,
with 20 to 40% new barrels.
Aging: The wine boasts optimum environmental conditions cellars
Bastions of the old Château de Beaune.