"Rabourcé" means "inside out" or "backwards" and comes from "Rebursum" that can be translated as "overturned". Indeed, the "Rabourcé" Climat is the highest and hottest Climat in Rully and is planted in a backward manner to its 2 neighbours, the "Raclot" and "Les Cloux" Climats.
Appearance : Pale gold colour with green tints
Bouquet : Mineral and fruity (white fruits), with a touch of oak
In the mouth : Well balanced and rich wine, with the same aromas found on the nose, with spicies and toasted bread. Long and tasty finish.
Terroir: Fully south-facing stony clay-limestone terroir
Care: Early harvest for optimal maturity and shorter pruning to encourage vigour.
Age: 40 years