In line with tradition, the grapes for this wine came from four separate plots within the Grand Cru, two on the Puligny side, two on the Chassagne. There was enough juice to fill one oak barrel of 228 litres, and one of 350 litres. Both had served previously for vinifying a 2020 vintage wine. Normally between 6 and 8 barrels may be produced from these plots, so the yield in 2021 was minuscule. Fermentation was encouraged to proceed gently, and finished in mid-April. Tasted at the end of June 2022, this has openly fresh, flowery aromas, with a full-bodied, powerful palate. It shows compact fruit, well-integrated acidity and creamy texture with superb, lively length (for drinking 2023-2030).