Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2022

As time has gone on, successive generations have developed the estate in line with technical evolutions. Romain is a member of the 6thwinemaking generation.

When his grandfather Raymond took over from his own father, Henri, there were 4 hectares, no tying and fruit trees filled the vineyards. Polyculture meant there would be additional revenue to feed the horse. Raymond sold their first bottles back in the 1960s and purchased their first straddle tractor in 1966.

Later on, his two sons joined him. They gradually expanded their acreage to today’s 17 hectares. The cellar, which had been built in 1764, was completely renovated in 1994 to make room for sampling and bottle storage.


Village : Mellecey
Appellation : Regional
Location : Pièce Carrée
Color : Red
Cépage : Pinot Noir
Area : 1ha Parcel “La Pièce Carrée”
Production : 5000 bottles
Exposure : South East
Year planted : 1972 to 2018
Type of pruning : Single Cane
Type of soil : Clay-Limestone, typical ferralitic veins of this parcel
Harvest : Manual
Elevage : 10 month in a vat
Worth keeping : 7/8 years
Wine features : Under the brilliant ruby appearance, this selection of red Burgundy parcels reveals intense notes of small red fruits topped with a typical touch of licorice. The fruit bursts in a greedy mouth where the tannins are revealed with finesse, a pure pleasure to taste !

Tuottaja Romain Pillot
Maa / Alue Ranska - Bourgogne
Pullokoko 0,75l