A nose of jammy red fruits, raspberry, spice... Palate: this terroir yields a supple, light Pommard. It will take time to reveal itself, but it promises to provide an exceptional moment in the future.
Frédéric Cossard and his partner Laure founded their estate in 2006, while also beginning to buy grapes from multiple historic appellations: Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet, Pommard, Nuits-Saint-Georges, Chambolle-Musigny, Vosne-Romanée, and even the Jura and Beaujolais. Their story began 10 years earlier, as Fred and Laure are also the names behind Domaine de Chassorney, which was born in 1996. This son of farmers fulfilled his dream of becoming a vigneron beginning with parcels in Saint-Romain and Auxey-Duresses. The estate grew bit by bit, and today Fred cultivates 10 ha of vines. And whether they are in Pommard, Volnay or Hautes-Côtes-de-Beaune, his vines are all worked biodynamically, with the help of Philippe Secques, who mixes homeopathic vine treatments for him, and horse ploughs between the vines rows. In the winery: indigenous yeasts, cuvées without sulphur... The man even hands out advice to the likes of Eric Pfifflering or Bruno Duchêne. A reference in Burgundy!
Nose of strawberries, candied fruits, spices... Palate: more withdrawn in its youth than Les Lurets, for example, Roncerets will take longer to reveal itself, but promises to provide an exceptional moment in the future.
A nose of black fruits, with notes of blackcurrant, blackberry, and a hint of peony... A palate that’s surprisingly fresh, extremely fruity, with great length, elegance and power.