Pascal Roblet can trace his roots in Volnay to the 1600,s on his mother’s side and four generations on his father’s side. All of Domaine Roblet-Monnot’s holdings are in Volnay, 6 hectares. Pascal’s conversion to bio-dynamic viticulture in 1997 along with his high density planting, 12,000 vines per hectare, and very low yields, 30-35 hectoliters per hectare, are part of what has transformed his domaine into one of the leading sources of wine from these communes.
Roblet-Monnot’s plot is located in the small village of Paris-L’Hospital (in the Maranges just south of Santenay).
- Aspect: East/Southeast
- Vine age: Planted in 1970
- Soils: Limon (Paris basin), granite
- Vine Training System: Guyot-Poussard
- Yields: 40hl/ha
- Barrel fermented
- Aged in mix of 2nd and 3rd pass French oak barrels
- Barrel aged 12 months
- Racked into stainless steel and aged 6 months before bottling
The 2017 Nerthus Hautes Blanc (Hautes-Côtes de Beaune Chardonnay) was racked in September 2018 with plenty of lees.
Ooh, that’s different, deep, some vibrancy of flavor, plenty of herb, but no sulfur style here for sure. Full, but fresh, depth of texture, just a fabulous thing from the mid palate onwards
Made from 100% Pinot Noir grapes; grown on limon and granite limestone soils in Paris-L’Hospital (in the Maranges just south of Santenay); barrel fermented; aged in mix of 2nd and 3rd pass French oak barrels for 12 months; racked into stainless steel for 6 months before bottling.
- 100% Chardonnay grapes
- Case production: 150 cases
|Appellation(s)||Volnay, Corton + others|
|Annual Production||1,400 9L cases|
|Farming (Sustainable, organic, biodynamic)||Biodynamic|