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    • Today, Pommard is one of the largest villages in Burgundy.
    • The village is on a slope, in the middle of a group of vineyards facing east or southeast.
    • The soil, a mixture of red clay and limestone, is responsible for the wine’s original qualities: good color, intense bouquet and firm structure.
    • Pommard can only be a red wine, produced from the Pinot Noir grape.
    • To insure low yields, the vines are pruned very short, in the “Guyot” style.
    • The grapes are picked by hand and put in small crates to avoid damage during transportation to the winery.
    • The fermentation occurs in open wooden or stainless steel fermenters. The total maceration generally lasts 15 to 18 days.
    • The wine is kept in barrels for 18 months before bottling. According to the vintage, it is sometimes better to wait at least two years before drinking the wine.


    • 100% Pinot Noir


This great red Burgundy deserves a more traditional cuisine: red meat in light sauces, game, venison and ripe cheeses will create a rich tapestry of flavors worthy of a medieval feast.


“A great Burgundy, worthy of its reputation. An intense, bright, red color; a powerful nose, with notes of black cherry and spice, evolving towards aromas of young leather. On the palate, the tannins give a certain impression of firmness, somewhat softened by a nice, harmonious texture. Persistent flavors in the aftertaste.” – Véronique Boss-Drouhin



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