The Pavelot family owns vines in 4 different sectors of this famous Grand Cru, holding back for Domaine-bottling only the produce of the finest plots. The wine was vinified, then aged for a year, in small oak barrels, drawing lusciousness and complexity from living on its lees. Half the barrels were new ones. It will be bottled in the spring, or maybe later (tasting will decide). Colour is pale, lemon-gold, aromas are vibrant and mouth-wateringly fresh. Palate is full-bodied without heaviness, showing many layers of flavour, with good acidity and refreshing, splendid length (for drinking 2026-2035+).