This was after the Congress of Chalons in 1896 that this varietal was distinguished from Chardonnay. This is the white variety of Pinot Black observed in 1895 by Pulliat in Chassagne-Montrachet and then in 1896 by Durand at Nuits-Saint-Georges.
Light as a beautiful spring day, this wine displays a nuanced discreet charm, ease.
Playing a perfect balance between a delicate flavor and a measured acidity, it adapts with ease to accompany the tasty meals everyday. Never caught unprepared, it is the best place improvised buffets, small snacks on the go, white meat slowly simmered, grilled fish or just salads envy.
He accompanies lightly the rich texture of the eggs: fried, omelet or quiche. His tender and soft shades work wonders with young cheeses dairy character like Tomme, Saint-Nectaire or the Chaource.