2/3Gamay 1/3 Pinot Noir.
They are located on piedmont slopes, in limestone areas, with clay and marl nuances, stony if not rocky, well-drained and where water rarely stagnates.
Place names: Champs d'Argent, Croix blanche, Petit Chaliot
The wine has more purple nuances at birth. Its colour is often fairly intense. Its aromas are fruity, fresh and not very tannic. Good vivacity, discreetly mellow.
Drink young, keeps well for 2 or 3 years.
Develops woody, game and eau-de-vie cherry aromas.
Delicatessen products, country meals (pot-au-feu, hotpots, etc.), camembert, brochettes, eggs meurette. Temperature: 11 to 12°.