In 2019 this came 100% from vines in the centre of the village, from a site called En Coton. About 25% of whole bunches went into the vat. In colour, this is deeper ruby-purple than the Bourgogne, with ripe, blackcurrant aromas. Fruit is linear, intense and fresh, with balanced acidity, and gentle, silky tannins. This is a great-value Côte de Nuits red, which always hits the spot (for drinking 2022-2027+).