• Vintage 2019

    2019 is a vintage marked by a cool spring, then a hot, dry summer, so harvesting was at a normal date but with exceptional maturity and concentration.Winter 2018-2019 was amongst the warmest ever recorded, so much so that there was…

  • Vintage 2018

    2018 is an early-harvest vintage marked by a spring and summer that were very hot and dry, resulting in very complete ripeness and perfectly healthy grapes. After a relatively mild and rainy winter 2017-2018, the cool, damp start of spring…

  • Vintage 2017

    A vintage noted for the early return of springtime warmth, followed by a hot and sunny summer that was to extend well beyond harvest time. Winemakers trembled with fear on 27th and 29th April. Temperatures forecast to be below 0°C…

  • Vintage 2016

    2016 – a vintage that began painfully with a springtime frost on the morning of 27th April that destroyed more than half the crop in the Côte-d’Or. Our domain was relatively spared, with an overall loss of 30%, but very…

  • Vintage 2015

    2015 is the result of a vegetative season particularly favourable to the creation of great red wines in Burgundy. The level of sunshine was exceptional, with a 10% surplus compared with normal. Temperatures were 2°C above average in April, June…

  • Vintage 2014

    Spring was particularly dry and hot, with vegetative growth starting very early, from the end of March. These very favourable conditions lasted until the end of June, bringing about hasty vine flowering during the first week of June, then rapid…

  • Vintage 2013

    2013 is once again a vintage responsible for seriously stressing the winegrowers in Burgundy. We had a bad fight against mildew and oidium on our hands, in view to bring healthy grapes to the winery. An exceptionally cold and wet…

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