We are often asked when one of our wines is “ready to drink.” The brief summary of recent vintages set out below will give you a general idea. However, different crus from the same vintage will differ. Furthermore, the condition in which the wine has been stored after leaving the estate is relevant. Finally, you must take your own preferences into account. You may prefer younger wines, for example. For more in-depth information about vintages, please consult the vintage guides by clicking on the link below. We keep these guides up to date based on regular tastings.
|Villages||1ers Crus||Grands Crus|
|Vintage typology||Fruit Driven||5 years||8 years||10 years|
|Late Harvest||7 years||15 years||24 years|
|Early Harvest||5 years||10 years||20 years|
|Exceptional Harvest||5 years||10 years||20 years|
|Vintages and typology|