A blend of two premier crus. Nervous, quite wide then a darker depth with some mineral/coal – a very interesting nose. Good balance and a lovely, lovely length – actually the length is the defining feature of this wine – really super!
One-third from the climat of Les Duresses (lots of brown clay) and two-thirds from Les Bréterins at the beginning of the village and touching Le Val. Stony soil here with more marl and typically giving a little extra finesse. Good depth to the nose. The palate’s profile is quite fresh with a good grab to the tannins. Perhaps the finish is a little short(?)