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Whilst better-known for his Beaujolais, Romuald still dabbles with his past in Burgundy, from where he sources the grapes that go into this harder-to-find cuvée.
This sublime Pinot Noir comes from a one-hectare parcel of vines up to eighty years old planted over clay and limestone in the Côte-de-Beaune’s Ladoix. A gorgeous, pale and limpid shade of red in the glass, it is gently perfumed with wild strawberry, stones and rose. Featherweight on the palate, this is as pure, energetic and original an expression of the grape as you will find.