# Pommard Les Petits Noizons 2011

This large, south-facing parcel covering more than one hectare was replanted between 1985 and 1989. This sun-drenched vineyard, ideally situated at the top of the hillside, benefits from an excellent reflection of heat onto the grapes. The Petits Noizons vines grow in a very pebbly, soil, (chalky and often alluvial), of great depth. The results are a relatively powerful wine, with good structure and high quality.


Harvest date: September 2nd, 2011 (root day). Selection of 11 % hand-sorted in the vinyard and on arrival in the winery. Yield: 37 hl/ha.


40% of whole crop, not crushed and vatted by gravitaty. No yeast addition. Maceration: pre-fermentation, cold (12-15°C) for 5 days. Vatting-time: 18 days. Cap-punched once a day until mid-fermentation and a light pumping-over until the end of vatting time. Pressing with the new vertical press.


Length: 16 months Type: in oak barrels. Percentage of new barrels: 40 % Toasting: long and gentle heat, without charring. Source of wood: Cîteaux, Tronçais. Racking before the summer. Light and soft filtration. No fining.

Mise en bouteille

December, 12th 2012 (Leaf Day and node lunar) By gravity. Limited to 4622 bottles and 303 magnums.