Grape Variety :
in southern Burgundy, 10 km from Châlon-sur-Saône. History & tradition: the story goes that it was the favorite wine of French King Henry IV. Soil: limestone; excellent south east or due south exposure.
Viticulture Plantation density:
10,000 vinestocks/ha in order to extract as much as possible from the terroir and limit the production of each vine stock.
low on purpose, in order for the grapes to reveal every nuance. Grape Supply: grapes are purchased from supply partners
The wines offer a good breadth. The tannic structure is not too present. In Côte de Beaune the wines are more heterogeneous and some of themcan be drunk. In Côte de Nuits they display deeper intensity and maturity and their evolution is slower.
Cellaring: 2 to 6 years.
|Colour||Red – Savory and Classic|
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The Joseph Drouhin name is one of the biggest in Burgundy, owning vineyards in Chablis, Cote de Nuits, Cote de Beaune and Cote Chalonnaise. Comprised of mostly Premier and Grand Cru and established in 1880 by Joseph Drouhin, it is still run by 4 of his grandchildren who have all grown up in the vineyards. Family is very important to the Drouhin's and in the summer of 1991, Robert Drouhin together with Miguel Torres, founded Primum Familiae Vini.