Stating in 2000 as a negotiant to the famous Domaine Dujac this winery intends to create styles that reflect the terroir of the villages in which they produce, the wines are light and elegant.
Bright reds and purple in colour, fresh floral flavours. Only a little bit of oak is used so its not as big as a typical Gevrey.
Will easily age in bottle for many years to come.
Having followed Rob Maynard’s advice to allow this wonderful vintage to breath for a couple of hours but no need to decant, we enjoyed this lovely wine with Beef Wellington. Couldn’t ask for a better match