The vineyards of the Beaune appellation are the most extensive of the Côte de Beaune. Most of the wine made here, however, is red—white Beaune wines are a unique pleasure. This wine is fermented primarily in stainless steel and matured in oak barrels for an average of 18 months before blending.

91 Points
91 Points
Wine Spectator
Tasting Note

Elegant and approachable, this wine has white fruit aromas. It will develop for 5 to 10 years in bottle.

Food Pairing

A lovely aperitif that is also ideal with grilled white meats and poultry as well as soft cheeses.

Technical Data
Appellation: Côte de Beaune Villages

Vineyard Details

Côte de Beaune Village Wines
In the Côte de Beaune, Chassagne-Montrachet, Meursault and Puligny-Montrachet are the three most famous white wine villages. Chassagne-Montrachet, reputed for its great Grands Crus, produces village whites that are the most robust in style. Meursault is often considered masculine in style compared to Puligny-Montrachet, which is charming, elegant and feminine. For red wine, Pommard is the most recognized village of the Côte de Beaune and often considered the most masculine red wine of the Côte. Other Louis Jadot village wines from the Côte de Beaune are: Ladoix (white) Pernand-Vergelesses (red and white) Aloxe-Corton (red) Chorey-lès-Beaune (red) Savigny-lès-Beaune (red and white) Beaune (red and white) Pommard (red) Volnay (red) Auxey-Duresses (red and white) Saint-Aubin (red and white) Santenay (red and white) Côte de Beaune Villages (white)

About the Grape

Chardonnay
Though it has a distinctive profile, Chardonnay reflects other factors such as soil composition and vinification technique. Chardonnay is a reliable, hardy and prolific vine whose only real vulnerabilities are frost and uneven development of fruit.
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