Marie Laure and Francine Laure Serrigny, two sisters, farm together since their father died in 1995. Savigny-lès-Beaune is the north part of Côte de Beaune and they grow Chardonnay for white wines and Pinot Noir for red wines. They cultivate about seven hectares, which is the largest farm in Burgundy, with not less than ten appellations.
The plots have an east / north-east aspect; sandy soils for Savigny les Beaune Premier Cru La Dominode, pebbly and clayey soil for Savigny lès Beaune Rouge, and limestone of upper Bathonian era with brown soils covering silt for Côte de Nuits. Usually they 100% de-stem but they do some stems depending on the stems of that year. The grapes are finally put in wooden vats for the alcoholic fermentation. The winemaking is not interventionist, so there are no yeast powders used, just ambient. The fermentation lasts about 25 days. Élevage is in oak barrels for 14 to 16 months in order to carry out the malolactic fermentation. There is no or little intervene in a very discrete way to let the terroirs express themselves.
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