Pommard 2013

Region: France / Burgundy / Côte de Beaune Villages
Grapes: 100% Pinot Noir

With Volnay to the south and Beaune to the north, Pommard is situated on an east- and southeast-facing slope between 240 and 380 meters above sea level with a high-clay, calcareous soil. The grapes are handpicked and sorted, then undergo fermentation. After a long maceration, a proportion of the wine is set to age in French oak barrels. The wine is bottled without fining or filtration.

Gold Medal


2016 vintage
91 Points

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2016 vintage
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harvest note

2013 was a challenging season. It began with very wet and cold conditions in the region delaying flowering. This led to a disruption in quantity of the grapes, as millerandage affected the bunches. Summer ended with warm weather and fine growing conditions. Unfortunately, due to inconsistent ripening, the harvest was drawn out for an extended period of time. This was challenging for pickers as the weather turned cold quickly. For those that enjoy Burgundy reds, this is a still a vintage to enjoy as the wines produced have a lovely, silky texture.

tasting note

Pommard is often considered the most “masculine” Côte de Beaune red. This is a firm, full-bodied wine that is nevertheless exceptionally round and generous, with a fruity depth of character and earthy aromas and flavors.

food pairing

Pairs well with small game, complex beef dishes, pungent cheeses.

technical data

GRAPES: 100% Pinot Noir
PH: 3.49
ACIDITY: 3.51 g/l
ABV: 13.5%
AGING: 10 months in French oak (30% new) and stainless steel, 6 months in bottle

points of distinction

  • Often considered the most “masculine” Côte de Beaune red
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“My aim is to craft enchanting wines that taste of the great diversity of Burgundy.”

– Frederic Barnier, Winemaker

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