The name of the "Chaponnière" Climat comes from "Chapons" which means "cuttings" in Burgundy. The "Chaponnière" Climat acquired this name when it was first planted with cuttings.
Appearance : Nice cherry robe with tints of purple
Bouquet : Open and pleasant nose on fresh fruits such as strawberry and raspberry. Touch of smoke and animal substances
In the mouth : The mouth is full of fruits and delicate. Nice complexity with a nice ageing potential
Terroir: Clay-limestone terroir with a predominance of clay in the middle of the east-facing slope
Care: Specific pruning and debudding care to obtain even maturity between very old vines and old vines
Age: 40 years