Gilles de Courcel
The Domaine de Courcel encompasses 10.5 ha of vines in the commune of Pommard. Today owned by three sisters and one brother who have followed in their parents’ footsteps, together they carry on the traditions of a family estate which dates back more than four centuries. It is Gilles de Courcel who has been at the head of viticulture and vinification since 1996, assisted by his oenologist Yves Confuron. Cultivated organically, each of the estate’s vineyard parcels are cared for with a watchmaker’s precision, all to fully reveal the potential of each of the different terroirs. Tradition, modernity and excellence are the pillars of this family estate, whose wines have set the benchmark for great Pommard. A reference in the region.
A dense, powerful and complex nose carried by notes of black fruits, undergrowth, raisins... Palate in the pure style of Pommard, beautiful tannins which will guarantee an ideal ageing.
Incredibly complex nose carried by notes of cherry brandy, redcurrant, vanilla bean, oak, tobacco, long pepper... Dense mouth, still young, put it in your cellar and wait for a little while, you will be largely rewarded…
Deep and complex nose carried by notes of plum, black cherry, rose, fig, touch of oak... Palate: we touch the quintessence of Pommard, powerful and fleshy, beautiful tannins. You need to be patient in order to taste it at its highest potential.