This came 100% from vines in the centre of the village, from a site called En Coton. “We tried to be more gentle than usual,” said Caroline Drouhin, “extracting colour with low temperature maceration and pumping over. There was a little punching down at the end, from Nicolas, by foot” she added. In colour, this is deeper purple than the Bourgogne, with fine, open aromas. First impression in the mouth shows bright fruitiness, with charm and good length. This is a great-value Co^te de Nuits red (for drinking 2025-2028+).
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