From: Marsannay, Burgundy, France
Varietal: PInot Noir
Notes: "Les Grasses Têtes" translates to 'fat heads' which refers to large outcroppings or bedrock. In French, the top of the bedrock is called the head. Les Grasses-Têtes is the most powerful of the Clair Marsannay lieux-dits, in both fruit and structure.
30% whole-cluster, indigenous yeast fermentation in open wooden tanks, minimal punch-downs and pump-overs (one each per day in general). Aged for 18 months in barrel (0-50% new).
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