2013 | Rouge | Pinot noir | 1,5 L | Vin de France | Auvergne
Historic grape variety in Auvergne, but today in second place behind Gamay, Pinot Noir offers a face of great singularity on terroirs of volcanic origin, such as the basaltic soil which contributes to the Cailloux cuvée (formerly called “Basalt”) .
2012 | Blanc | Chardonnay | 1,5 L | Vin de France | Auvergne
The only white wine grape variety in the Côtes-d'Auvergne appellation area, Chardonnay – here vines aged 20 to 50 years, on clay-limestone soil – testifies in Auvergne soil to its ability to transcribe the character of the terroir. .
Rouge | Syrah | 0,75L & 1,5L | Rhône, Languedoc, Roussillon | Vins français
If its original terroir is located in the northern Côtes-du-Rhône (Saint-Joseph, Côte-Rôtie, etc.), Syrah has conquered new territories (southern Côtes-du-Rhône, Languedoc, Roussillon).
2011 | Rouge | Syrah & Serine, Viognier | 1,5 L | Côte-Rôtie | Rhône
A Côte-Rôtie - 60% Syrah, 30% Serine and 10% Viognier - mainly from the granite and red clay terroir of granite and red clay on the terraces of the Côte Blonde, a wine that is totally a totally natural wine.
2011 | Rouge | Pinot noir | 1,5 L | Pommard | Bourgogne
The northern part of the combe de Pommard, on the Beaune side, is where finesse and elegance prevail over the power often characteristic of the appellation and produce subtle red wines of great expression.
2011 | Rouge | Pinot noir | 1,5 L | Savigny-Lès-Beaune | Bourgogne
On the northern part of the combe that makes up the appellation, Savigny-lès-Beaune shares the slope with Pernand-Vergelesses: the climate of Les Gollardes - south-facing and early - and its gravelly soil reveal a Pinot Noir of good consistency.
2011 | Rouge | Pinot noir | 1,5 L | Morey-St-Denis | Bourgogne
Small appellation but great wines! Adjacent to the Grands Crus of Gevrey, the 1er Cru Les Monts Luisants, at an altitude of 350 m on gravelly limestone soil, is one of the most prestigious names in the appellation.
2011 | Rouge | Pinot noir | 1,5 L | Saint-Romain | Bourgogne
The small Saint-Romain appellation is a high altitude, sloping vineyard, with a later climate than the rest of the Côte-de-Beaune. It is conducive to nervous and mineral wines with good sapidity, both white and red.