Located above the Château de Gevrey, this climat is one of the rare “Têtes de Cuvée” not reclassified as a Grand Cru in the 1930s. With the “Lavaux-Saint-Jacques” and the “Clos Saint-Jacques”, the climat “Les Cazetiers” is considered as one of the 3 best Premiers Crus of Gevrey Chambertin.
The color is deep ruby. Intense aromas of red fruits with notes of toasted coffee and roasting. Tannins are fully present. A well structured wine, powerful, silky with a lasting finish.
Serve at : 15°-16°C
Cellar potential : 7 to 10 years
Grape : Pinot Noir
Surface : 0.50 ha
Soil : Marl-limestone
Age of vines : 40+
Exposure : South-East
Location : Top of the slope
Culture : Mechanical soil tillage, plowing.
Harvest : Hand-picked with sorting at the vineyard then on a vibrating sorting table. 100% scuffed.
Winemaking : Vatting 15 to 18 days cold pre-fermentation maceration then 5 to 6 days alcoholic fermentation with periodic punching down and pumping over.
Ageing : Matured 12 months in oak barrel (1/2 new).