In 1548, this large plot belonged to the bishops (evêque in French) of Chalon and kept the name "Clos L'Evêque"
Appearance : Nice deep profound ruby robe, limpid and brilliant
Bouquet : Open and pleasant aromas of wild red and black berries (blackberries) highlighted with peppery notes
In the mouth : Powerful and firm, nicely balanced, full of fruits with a long finish
Terroirs: Clay-limestone terroir with a predominance of limestone over the entire slope which makes it both wonderfully balanced and delightfully complex.
Care: Variable pruning to reflect requirements of the top, middle and bottom of the slope
Age: 50 years