Tasting Notes: The dark ruby robe has bluish reflections and is both brilliant and dense.
The subtle nose opens up with spicy notes, fresh leather, musk, and wild blackberries,
finished by the well-integrated wood. The attack is firm and ample, while the mouthfeel is
superb with well-structured tannins, both full and appealing. This wine is a true Pommard,
with imposing power and enormous potential, being noteworthy for its ripe grapes and
Recommended dishes: The Pommard matches wonderfully with large game or a tender
cheese such as Epoisses.
Serve at: 18/20C.