It was in 1552 that Jean Bourgogne, an ancestor of David Rebourgeon, came to Pommard. Through a leasing arrangement with the Abbaye Saint Marguerite in Bouilland he acquired some vines in Pommard.
Black ripe fruit, nutty tannins with a very long finish. The palate is juicy with a dusting of fine taninns.
Food Pairing: Simply grilled mountain lamb, coq au vin. or porcini mushrooms will pair perfectly with this elegant Pinot Noir.
Pommard Village 2020