The Vineyard & its Climats

A Collection of Premiers Crus

A small Domaine

The Clos du Cellier aux Moines, a historic Premier Cru in Givry, and three well-known Premiers Crus in the Côte de Beaune.

The Domaine du Cellier aux Moines consists primarily of the 4.70 hectares of the Clos du Cellier aux Moines, one of Givry's historic Premier Crus, planted with Pinot Noir. When the Pascal family took over the Domaine, they also acquired several small plots of white wine grapes, in order to offer a wider range of wines. In 2007 a plot in Mercurey was acquired called "Les Margotons". In 2012, the Domaine took over three more Premier Cru plots in the Côte de Beaune, located in Santenay, Chassagne-Montrachet , and Puligny-Montrachet.

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Clos du Cellier aux Moines, Givry Premier Cru

4.7 hectares Pinot Noir

South-facing, slightly windy hillside
Altitude: 269 to 298 metres
Age of vines: 2.5 hectares planted between 1973 and 1978, 2.2 hectares replanted between 2008 and 2012 with "fin" and very "fin" Pinot Noir
Soil: clay-alluvium with oolitic limestone pebbles on alluvial-clay marl.




The "petit" Clos below the Mill, known as "Clos Pascal", Givry

27 ares (2700m2), Pinot Noir

South-facing, registered in the upper part of the Clos du Cellier aux Moines
Altitude: 300 to 310 metres
Age of vines: fallow since the phylloxera crisis, plantation in 2010 in Pinot Noir "fins"
Soil: not very deep clay-alluvium on hard oolitic limestone




Les Pucelles, Puligny-Montrachet Premier Cru

27 ares (2700m2), Chardonnay

South-east facing, in the former Clos des Meix
Altitude: 205 to 207 metres
Age of vines: planted in 1971
Soil: very thin ochre brown clay-limestone and limestone on pearly flagstone.




Les Chaumees, Chassagne-Montrachet Premier Cru

23 ares, (2300m2), Chardonnay

South-east facing
Altitude: 269 to 290 metres
Age of vines: planted in 1989
Soil: not very deep brown clay-limestone on hard oolitic limestone.

 



Beauregard, Santenay Premier Cru

26 ares, (2600m2), Chardonnay

South-east facing
Altitude: 252 to 265 metres
Age of vines: planted in 1993
Soil: thin clay-limestone on a hard oolitic limestone fault.




Les Margotons, Mercurey Villages

61 ares, (6100m2), Chardonnay 

North-east facing
Altitude: 318 to 328 metres
Age of vines: planted in 1987
Soil: white limestone marl

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