Les Maisons Dieux refer to a locality where stood a religious establishment. It was welcoming pilgrims heading to Saint Jacques de Compostelle until 1750. Nowadays the vineyard cover 28 acre on a 30 years old crop.
This Bourgogne Pinot Noir shares the characteristics of a Pommard. Intense aromas of blackcurrant and cherry. The structure is firm and velvety with persisting tannins.
Best served at 16º – 18° with steamed fish or Beaufort.