DENOMINATION VINTAGE
Côte de Nuits-Villages 2007
Côte de Nuits-Villages 2009
AOC Pinot Noir 2009
AOC Aligoté 2009
AOC Pinot Noir 2010
AOC Aligoté 2010

Côte de Nuits-Villages
The Burgundy Wine Authority describes the Côte de Nuits-Villages as follows:

"The red Côte de Nuits-Villages shines with the Pinot red purple color, leading to a solid garnet (very young bright cherry color). It breathes the classical sherry, red and black currant aromas, with light secondary ones such as wood, mushroom and cinnamon.  A powerful wine, long in the mouth, strong and round."


Pinot Noir & Aligoté
The "Appellation d’Origine Controlée" (AOC) Bourgogne Pinot Noir and Bourgogne Aligoté is thus defined:

"(AOC) … is a quality label that guarantees the main features of the wine: the region, the wine making process, the history, and the know-how of the winemaker. Each AOC is undergoes a careful control at each stage of production."

Côte de Nuits-Village 2007
Appearance:Clear, bright ruby color
Taste:Alcohol present but without exaggeration
Red fruit taste (cherry and very ripe wild strawberries)
Scent of wet bark, humus, undergrowth, leather and a little wild mushroom
"I think this wine has good potential for aging and I appreciate it very much."
Denis Catry, wine conoisseur passionate about Burgundy wines