Place name where stone used to be worked. Perrière is a synonym for quarry (carrière in French); quarry-workers were called perriers.
South part of the vineyard, in Nuits-Saint-Georges territory; exposure: east-south-east; altitude: 260/275 metres; surface: 2 ha 47; slope: 15%.
"Les Perrières" has a dense and sustained colour.
From its youth, it enchants us with the freshness and intensity of its fruitiness. Throughout its evolution, it displays a consistent structure; fully rounded, almost silky to the palate, underlined and enhanced by a lively and pleasing freshness.
It seduces with both its structure and its aromatic qualities. Fruitiness tending towards macerated cherry, stone and liquorice blend with fine balsamic smells that recall pine resin, reinforced with a subtle dose of tars-tannins and several very fine animal nuances.