75% of this wine comes from vines averaging 60 years of age, from a steep-sloping, east-facing First Growth at the edge of the village, above the road to Beaune. 25% of the Pinot grapes came from a 6-year-old vineyard, bringing welcome vibrancy. Before global warming, this site sometimes struggled to mature its Pinots, as cool air can flow down the valley past it, which used to delay the ripening. There was no fear of that in 2020. Colour is purple-ruby of medium depth, with fine aromas, already complex. Palate has good structure, round fruitiness, fresh middle with well-ripened tannins, and a splendid finish (for drinking 2024-2032+).