Chaignots comes from the old French word "Chasne", which gave the modern word "chesne" then "chêne" (oak in modern French), with the Burgundy suffix "ot". Place where oaks grow.
North part of the vineyard, in Nuits-Saint-Georges territory; exposure: east; altitude: 260/280 metres; surface: 5 ha 86; slope: 8 to 20%
Complex, intensely aromatic richness to the nose. Fruity nuances evolve towards soft floral scents.
With ageing, balsamic, venison, musk and liquorice notes complete a fine, subtle and distinguished aromatic range.