History and terroir The Hautes Côte de Nuits differentiate them self from the Côte de Nuits by the viticulture. In the fifties started a trellising realized in high vines and a lower density. 4000 rootstocks per hectare wile in Côte 10000 is the norm. The vines a located on a plateau. At 350 metres above the sea level. The cooler climate permits the birth of high class white wines.

Style This chardonnay is typical from altitude wine, the mineral tension is well represented.
And the freshness is balance by the cellar work, stirring of the lees, the barrel fermentation and aging give the hint of smoothness.