Originally from Beine, Christophe Patrice has worked on the family estate with his father and uncles since 1996. In 2006, he set up on his own with a 5 hectare vineyard and in 2011 acquired Domaine Daniel Roblot. He now has a 19-hectare vineyard at his disposal.
Limestone on Kimmeridgian soil. The winters are long and harsh, the springs marked by climatic hazards, followed by hot and sunny summers. 40 to 70-year old vines with a planting density of 5800 vines per hectare in a 2 ha vineyard. Indigenous yeast. Malolactic fermentation. Ageing for 4 months in stainless steel tanks.
Golden yellow colour. Elegant and mineral nose with a hint of hazelnut and peach. The age of the vines gives the wine body and extra concentration. Rather discreet on the palate, with aromas of white fruits, the finish is very elegant, with length and finesse.Recommended serving temperature: 12°C