All wines stored at 55° and 70% humidity
The Clos des Roses vineyard is located just below the village of Pommard, surrounded by stone walls on three sides and the small stream L'Avant Dheune on the other. The official name of the parcel is Rue au Porc (Pig Street), or possibly Rue au Port (Port Street), due to its proximity to water. The Rougeots renamed their walled-in portion of the vineyard for this cuvée. This wine is often graceful and open at an early stage.
Fruit is handpicked and 100% whole-cluster fermented in tanks for 15 to 18 days. Fermentation takes place with native yeast and no added sulfur. The juice is then blended and transferred to barrel with its fine lees for malolactic fermentation and élevage.
— Importer note (Paris Wine Company)