BH89-92: A distinctly cool and relatively high-toned nose offers up notes of pomegranate, red cherry, earth and a discreet floral hint. There is fine detail and a lovely minerality to the precise medium-bodied flavors that possess an attractive underlying tension, all wrapped in an austere, serious and firmly structured finale.
Located in the heart of the village, bordering the “Route des Grands Crus” and just below Clos de la Roche. A majority of vines planted between 1973 and 1976; a small portion planted in 1999. Fermented on indigenous yeasts in cement tanks; aged for 14 to 16 months in French oak barrique, 20% new oak. Unfined and unfiltered.