Pommard

Appellation Pommard

Pommard, a renowned appellation in the Burgundy region of France, is known for its powerful and robust red wines that are an expression of pure terroir and craftsmanship. Located in the Côte de Beaune, Pommard is distinguished by its unique soils of limestone mixed with clay, which produces wines of deep structure and remarkable complexity.

Pommard red wines, mainly made from the Pinot Noir grape, exhibit a strikingly rich and powerful character. These wines are known for their deep ruby red color and offer an impressive combination of fruitiness, spiciness and earthy notes. They are characterized by firm tannins that contribute to the wine's longevity and maturation, which is why they are often considered wines that develop and improve even further with time.

The winemakers in Pommard cherish the age-old traditions and artisanal methods inherent to the region, and they strive to produce wines that reflect the typicality of the terroir. Through careful selection of grapes and maturation in oak barrels, they manage to make wines that achieve an excellent balance between power and refinement.

Within the Pommard appellation there are different climats and plots, each adding their own character to the wines. Whether premier cru sites such as Les Rugiens, Les Epenots or Les Grands Epenots, each contributes to the diversity and subtlety of Pommard wines.

Discovering the wines of Pommard is a journey into the essence of the Burgundian red wine experience. Every sip of these majestic wines represents the power, depth and complexity that characterize this beautiful appellation.

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