For the reds (Pinot Noir), a clear and sharp colour, purple or ruby red, sometimes towards a dark garnet. Small red (strawberry, redcurrant) or black (blackcurrant, blueberry) fruits are present, sometimes differing with notes of cherry stone. It is not surprising to find animal notes or mushroom. In the mouth, it takes over. The texture is firm, a little austere when young, but it has stamina and its roundness is able to smooth out any roughness. Acidity and tannins go well together. There is a tiny production of rosé or "clairet" (Pinot Noir).
For the whites (Chardonnay), the complexion is clear, brightened with grey-gold glints. White flowers (hawthorn, honeysuckle), dried fruits with notes that are lemony, sometimes aniseed, suggestions of warm croissants, honey. Bold and well presented, the subject is well mastered. It has a lively and frank attack with the necessary delicacy.