"Combining an illustrious history and modern wine techniques alongside organic and biodynamic practices, Alessandro Noli allows the wines of Clos de Tart their fullest expression".
The soils in Côte de Nuits result on the consequences of the uplift of the Alps and the collapse of the plain of the Saône. The vines are mainly planted on limestone slopes. At the summit sits the famous "stone of premeaux", giving Romanée-Conti, Richeboug, and La Tâche outstanding wines. The soils are formed of calcareous scree, limestone, and red silt with a large diversity of terroir contributing to the typicality of the Côte de Nuits wines.
History / Ethos
It is quite remarkable that despite a long history stretching back hundreds of years, the Clos de Tart Estate has never been broken up or divided. It is indeed the largest Grand Cru Monopole in Burgundy today. Clos de Tart was acquired by the Pinault family in 2018. Owners of several historic estates, including Château Latour in Pauillac and the Domaine d'Eugénie in Vosne-Romanée, the Pinault family are continuing to write the story of this famed-plot of 7.53 ha in Morey-Saint-Denis with just as much passion and permanent desire for excellence in all aspects of work.