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