Location: Regional appellation; from parcels based in the village of Ladoix
Annual Production: 3,000 bottles
Vinification: Traditional vinification in vats for 10 days with temperature control. Maturation takes place in oak barrels for 10 months. Bottling in September before or after harvest.
Tasting Notes: This wine has an elegant and refined character as well as a light and fluid-structure in the mouth. It is richly colored-crimson when young, and shading towards dark ruby with age. The bouquet has aromas of strawberry, cherry, cassis, and blueberry which evolve into cooked prune, pepper, and earthy notes.
Serving Temperature: 12 to 14° C
Food Pairings: Salads, meat or poultry tarts, and Pot-au-feu (French beef stew)