The estate owns 1Ha of this appellation. Comes from Named place " Champerrier ". In french, it means Mr Perrier’s field, as Chambertin Grand Cru comes from Mr Bertin’s field.
Manually harvested with sanitary grapes sorting. Grapes are 100% destemmed, and go in big wood open vats for pre-fermentation maceration. Fermentation starts and lasts for about 15 to 18 days. Then wines go in oak barrels for more than 24 months. Bottling is made without any filtration.
Brilliant and dark red colour. Typical of the appellation, This wine shows intense blackcurrant aromas, as well as red and black fruits (berries and cherries), with some wild animal notes. Good concentration, well balanced, with fine tannins, and good length.
Matches well with red meats as roast beef, beef rib, duck, and cheeses ( even strong, except Blue cheese). Ageing potential of 5 to 12 years depending on the vintage.