The Pommard AOC was created in 1937. It measures 800 acres and includes 27 Premier Crus - 99% red wines.
At the heart of the Cote de Beaune, the village of Pommard is located on a slope in the middle of the vineyards.
Bright ruby red color. Aromas of black cherry and spices going towards new leather notes. The palate is fresh, sustained by round and supple tannins. This is a classic Pinot Noir exhibiting the depth and density of the Pommard clone of Pinot Noir. Built to last.
Excellent with grilled red meat with sauce.
Jean-René Chartron founded the Maison Chartron et Trébuchet in 1984 with Louis Trébuchet, manager of a wine trading company. The property was purchased in Fall 2016 by Francois Martenot, whose ...