Un saint-romain nature marqué par une belle acidité, qui se mariera parfaitement avec du fromage ! More info
No sulphites are added in the production process. This appellation in the Côte de Beaune produces a fresh, mineral wine that also has some substance and menthol notes. Its acidity goes perfectly with cheese such as Camembert.
The son of a farmer, Frédéric Cossard quickly became passionate about wine, becoming a wine broker. Then, in 1996, he seized the opportunity to work on several acres of vines in the communes of Saint-Romain and Auxey-Duresses. He gradually expanded his Chassorney domaine and also set up a small trading structure in 2006 with his partner Laure. The vineyard now extends over 10 hectares and several appellations (Saint Romain, Auxey-Duresses and Pommard). The vines are worked as naturally as possible, the soil is ploughed and, in the cellar, only native yeast is used.
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