A bright ruby colour in the glass with aromas of crunchy red cherry, sweet spice and subtle smoky notes. On the palate the flavours are well concentrated, with silky tannins and bright acidity giving the wine great structure and length.
100% Pinot Noir
Halfway between Dijon and Beaune and with an easterly exposure, the vineyards of Nuits-Saint-Georges cover six kilometres, with 160 hectares of Village-appellation vines. The range of soils, exposure and locations here creates a great diversity of sites. This vineyard, ‘Coteau des Bois’ is located on the slopes of Nuit-Saint-Georges, which you can see from the roof of Jean-Claude Boisset's winery. As the name suggests, the vines are on the hillside adjacent to a small forest, 'Bois de Charmois'. Gregory only uses the fruit from the top part of the slope in order to achieve a wine with great freshness. The vines are planted on clay and silt soils and have an easterly exposure.