Roblet-Monnot Cote de Beaune Pinot Noir

Roblet-Monnot Cote de Beaune Pinot Noir

Roblet-Monnot Cote de Beaune Pinot Noir

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Pascal Roblet can trace his roots in Volnay to the 1600,s on his mother’s side and four generations on his father’s side. All of Domaine Roblet-Monnot’s holdings are in Volnay, 6 hectares. Pascal’s conversion to bio-dynamic viticulture in 1997 along with his high density planting, 12,000 vines per hectare, and very low yields, 30-35 hectoliters per hectare, are part of what has transformed his domaine into one of the leading sources of wine from these communes.

  • Haute Côtes de Beaune appellation is to the west of the Côtes de Beaune appellation with rolling hills dotted by small villages.
  • The appellation is roughly 814 ha (1,954) acres. Planted roughly 80% red grapes, 20% white grapes.
  • For white wines, the AOC regulations allow both Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc to be used, but most wines are 100% Chardonnay. The AOC regulations also allow up to 15 per cent total of Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Gris as accessory grapes in the red wines, but this not very often practiced.
  • The allowed base yield is 50 hectoliter per hectare of red wine and 55 hectoliter per hectare for white wine.
  • The grapes must reach a maturity of at least 10 per cent potential alcohol for red wine, 10.5 per cent for white wine and wine.

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