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A fine classic Côte de Nuits-Villages with dark cherry and spicy red plum character, integrated wood, and rich, flavourful palate A bouquet of violets, elegant and subtle candied cherries with a hint of earth fills the nose. On the palate this plump wine possesses great elegance and finesse. A medium body with slight tannins. A long, smooth, lingering finish.Vintage in image may vary. Refer to wine facts for current vintage.
For more than five centuries, the winery covering 9.5 hectares is transmitted from generation to generation; here the vine and the wine has always been a family affair. The cellar was constructed by Vivant Gille (1877-1938). The cultivation of the vine and the vinification process are according to Burgundy tradition.Vine is known in Gaul since the fourth century BC, when the Romans invaded the territory. A few centuries later, its development was favored by the Catholic Church for the celebration of Mass. In the region of Nuits Saint Georges, the tradition of the vine cultivation goes back to the eleventh century, with the arrival of monks from the Cistercian Abbey in the nearby village of Vougeot.At that time, the hills were covered with forests. Thanks to the hard work of the monks, this was gradually replaced by vines from North to South.
By hand in the vinyards
Cool Maceration and long fermentation
18 months in oak barrels