The Bourgogne Pinot Noir is adjacent to the appellation Pommard. The brown soil originates from the coteaux and builds up at the bottom of the slope on flatter grounds. The depth of the soil can reach up to 1m. The presence of rocks enables a thorough filtration of the soil. The vines are 40 years of age and produce wine that is close in many characteristics to the Pommard Village, but with a greater focus on red or even black fruits. This enables the wines to be more open when young. [+]