This comes from a low-yielding, stony hillside plot, facing due east, situated above Pommard Pezerolles and Les Epenots. It ripens later than those First Growths, but 2019’s marvellous summer suited the plot perfectly. Global warming is certainly helping to bring better ripeness, but so is intelligent input by the grower. This Domaine is at the forefront of those demonstrating how to make Pommards of charm and softness. Colour here is ruby-red of medium depth, aromas being open, fine and fruity. This is a pretty wine, with good middle, elegant fruitiness, and harmonious, fine aftertaste (for drinking 2022-2028+).