Production Surface Area : 38 a 60 ca
Grape variety : 100% Pinot Noir
Soil : Clay-limestone
Year of vine plantings : 1988
Cultivation : Sustainable methods. The soils are worked and tilled mechanically.
Harvests : Manual sorting followed by a vibrating sorting table. 100% de-stemmed. Vatting period lasts 15 days with minimum intervention.
Location : Below La Comme and Beauregard, after the Clos de Tavanne, Grave is derived from the latin term Grava and refers to its sandy soils.
Ageing : 12 months (with 25% new oak) and 3 to 6 months in vats.
Tasting : Attractive, intense nose dominated by aromas of black fruits and spice. The same aromatic profile is found on the ample palate with a direct attack and smooth, chewy tannins. Plenty of character and potential.