This Climat is located at the exit of La Combe de Narvaux in Meursault. Its name comes from "Nar" which means "Black and from "Vau" which means "Valley" in Burgundian dialect.
Appearance: Yellow gold, limpid and brilliant
Bouquet: Delicate, floral with white flower notes
In the mouth: Great combination between tension and fat, generous first mouth feel with a rich and elegant body, supported by considerable minerality with flinty notes, remarkable tension
South-east facing and situated quite high on the Meursault slope, above the "Genevrières", in the section of the appellation adjoining Puligny-Montrachet towards the south, this terroir consists of shallow, very stony soil.