It is a rich wine with an extremely strong personality, made exclusively from the Pinot Noir grape. In the glass, its intense color falls into navy blue with purple reflections. A fresh, fruity bouquet with beautiful, deep notes of ripe red fruit, spices and tobacco. Thick and fleshy lips supported by mature tannins. A wine with good aging potential that develops its potential and becomes soft with age.
Pommard in the 13th century belonged to Alix de Vergy, wife of the Duke of Burgundy Eudes II. In 1240, she gave it to the Archbishops of Lyon. Then Pommard became the property of the princely family and the order. During the revolution, the property was divided, as were all Côte d'Or vineyards.