This cuvée had been produced to pay tribute to history. Indeed, it comes from the oldest vines planted in 1922 of the famous Premier Cru 'Aux Perdrix' and covers a size of 8 ouvrées.The word 'ouvrées' is the unit measure used in Bourgogne for the vines surface. It used to represent the surface that a winegrower could dig in 1 day and correspond s to 4,28 ares (0,105 acres).
Lovely garnet and shiny purple colour. The nose comes with tart black fruits aromas like cassis and with balsamic notes. On the palate, the wine is dense with elegant and silky tannins.