Three types of Premiers Crus may be found in Gevrey-Chambertin. The most famous are located in the vineyards of Côte St. Jacques. This slope, which extends from la Bossiere at the entrance of the valley in Champeaux, was given its name in the 19th century. Another string of climats is located beneath the Grands Crus. Finally, it is the best parcels of the alluvial cone at the far end of the valley that merit this name. Gevrey is one of the two most well-endowed vineyards in the Côte de Nuits.
This climat, a plot of land which has been recognized for centuries, produces a wine of unique personality. The exposure is due south. This Premier Cru is situated on the slopes of Côte St. Jacques.
Grape : Pinot Noir
Surface area : 0,61 ha
Elevage : -
The resulting cherry red wine is herbaceous and spicy, possessing a rich structure with elegant tannins. It offers the highest degree of finesse and elegance with good structure. It has an airy grace and delicate fleshiness.
Aroma of dominant red fruits, which provides this wine’s finesse and elegance.
Drink in seven or eight years’ time onwards.