This teeny-tiny property of just 1.3 hectares is made up on seven parcels spread throughout the Pomerol appellation, positioned between prestigious houses such as Clos René, Château Trotanoy, Château Nénin, and of course Château Le Pin.
Pure and understated for a Pomerol but still full of dark, dense fruit with heady floral notes. We highly recommend decanting this wine and allowing it proper time to breathe. David did, and he now declares it his new favourite to anyone who’ll listen.
Cabernet Franc, Merlot