Olivier Leflaive has followed this wine since 1994, typically buying two dozen barrels, but only keeping those from the old vines – in this case just 16 barrels. The vines lie on the gentle slope between Volnay and Pommard, the wine showing the finesse, perfume and silkiness we expect from the former village, with the dense fleshiness of the latter. Colour is garnet-purple of medium depth. There is a lovely, perfumed aroma of ripe, red fruits. It is supple and creamy in the mouth, with good freshness and a sweet, long finish (for drinking 2022-2030+).