Beaune 1er Cru Les Reversés
Average Annual Production
The harvest is done manually with a careful sorting of the grapes. The destemming is carried out in a way which reinforces the delicacy of the Pinot Noir and the elegance of the tannins. A pre-fermentation maceration of about 7 days is carried out in temperature-controlled vats which guarantee precision in the different stages of vinification. During alcoholic fermentation, the must is tasted daily and adjustments are made by pressing and/or pumping over techniques, depending on the progression in the vat. The objective is to allow optimal extraction of the elements from the skins while limiting the coarse elements from the seeds as much as possible.
Devatting takes place within 20 days of the date of the grape harvest. The musts are then aged in 228 liter barrels for 12 months. The proportion of new barrels, approximately 25 to 30% per year, is deliberately moderate in order to let the terroir of the appellation express itself. In partnership with our barrel makers, a true match is sought between the type of barrel and the character of the wine.
Adorned in a purple hue, this premier cru from southern Beaune reveals a scent of brambles and blackberries complemented by a soft, woody note. It lusciously opens and then enrobes the tongue in rich tannins. The final flavours of spice will leave your taste buds wanting more. In two winters, this wine will be at its peak.
This sunny terroir seems to have taken its depth of colour from its neighbor in Pommard. Its scent is a rapport of sweet spices and dried rose flowers. Its fresh tannin and fine pinot flavour highlight the marriage of grape variety and terroir.