Xavier Monnot Pommard Les Vignots


Pommard Les Vignots is a lieu-dit that sits on the upper slope of the combe behind the village of Pommard. This south-facing climat gives wines with typical Pommard power while its elevation of over 300 meters lends high-toned aromas and finesse. 

The average vine age is 50 years old. 10% whole clusters are used and the wine is aged in 30% new oak.

"Smoke and charred earth accent ripe but restrained blackberry and plum in this elegant, graphite-edged Pinot Noir. Sourced from a high-elevation, south-facing site, it's powerful in fruit but has a racy mineral edge that's invigorating. Fine, silky tannins make the wine ready now but it should hold through 2029." 92 Points Wine Enthusiast

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