There is lots of limestone here because it is quite close to one of our favourite villages in Burgundy, namely Pommard!
This village is well known for the intense, structured red wines that benefit from the iron-rich, red soils that surround the village. This is why red wines are particularly favoured here – Pinot Noir has a particular affinity for these soils and therefore the Pommard reds are sought after.
The Les Petits Noizons is one of the best sites in Pommard and therefore the wines are particularly attractive.
Both vintages display a lively, strong, structured deep-red wine showing all the complexity and elegance you would expect from a Pommard!
- notes from Living Wines
- Pinot Noir