100% Pinot Noir, from 0,30 hectare vineyard located next to Savigny les Beaune, the parcel age is 40 years old. It is a clay limestone soil with a dominance of gravel, giving it a light texture. The soils of Beaune are lighter and less fertile lands, which is the optimal conditions to produce excellent wines.
Beautiful, deep, dark colour. This Beaune village red wine is very aromatic with complex fruit flavours. It is slightly more tannic and powerful than Burgundy red.
About 2 000 Bottles produced per year.
The harvest of the grapes is performed manually. After reception of the winery and destemming, the must is placed in a vat for a period of 12 to 15 days. Wines stay 15 months in cellar before being bottled. During this period, the wine undergoes a second fermentation named malolactic fermentation which allows it to stabilise its structure. It spends about 6 to 9 months of its life in oak barrels with one third in new barrels, in order to
give it the necessary tannin. After this time, the wines are prepared to bottling.
Located in Premeaux-Prissey, close to Nuits Saint Georges, sister and brother Béatrice and Raphaël Dubois have been running the estate together since 2006. Their wines correspond more closely to what today’s consumers are looking for. While staying true to their terroir, they try to give them maximum levels of fruit, elegance and length.
Domaine Dubois produces a range of 21 appellations on 21 hectares of vines: white and red Burgundy, Burgundy Hautes Côtes de Nuits, Nuits Saint Georges premier cru, Savigny les Beaune premier cru and Clos de Vougeot, producing around 100,000 bottles per year.