Pommard is an appellation that makes wine lovers dream. Its 312.76 hectares of Pinot Noir (115 hectares of which are Premier Crus) cover...View full details
The most powerful red wines of the Côte de Beaune emanate from Pommard, where complex soils with a high proportion of iron-rich clay produce deep-coloured, relatively tannic wines. Two vineyards stand out: the lower part of Les Rugiens, which has been mooted for promotion to Grand Cru status, and the five-hectare, walled Clos des Epéneaux, monopoly of Comte Armand.
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