Despite what you might think, it is not a favourite place for quails.
It derives from the word caillou (pebble).
South part of the vineyard, in Nuits-Saint-Georges territory; exposure: east; altitude: 250/260 metres; surface: 7 ha 11; slope: 7 to 8 %.
"Les Cailles" has a luminous and fairly sustained colour. From its youth, charm, freshness and fruitiness seduce us.
A mixture of fresh fruit with a hint of vanilla, a touch of wild cherry, rosewood and old rose. These mingle with fine liquorice and spicy scents.
Throughout the vintages, Les Cailles maintains a constant profile in which volume, airy fullness, silky texture dominate in the mouth, enhanced by freshness.