This "Climat""Feusselot" is a diminutive of the Burgundian word "feusse" for "pit". The name of this climat bears witness to the presence of former quarries, which have been filled in. The name of the hamlet means "the little pits" and the vines are in fact located in a slight dip in the land in the centre of the village between 2 slopes of Chambolle.
TastingAppearance: Deep ruby colour. Bouquet: Good aromatic intensity with a complex bouquet consisting of red fruit aromas, such as wild strawberry and raspberry and more floral notes. In the Mouth : The balance between strength and finesse is remarkable. Great acidity provides tension and precision at the finish, and imparts great ageing potential in this wine.
- Pinot Noir
- 18 months
- 100% of barrel 1 Wine
- 10 years