The cellar remains open during the confinement in addition to online sales. However, for obvious health reasons, we recommend that you place your orders on our site. You can call us to take advantage of our advice.
The history of the Domaine began in 1947 with the meeting between Gabriel d'Ardhuy and Éliane André, his future wife. This union led to the foundation of the Domaine d'Ardhuy. Gabriel then acquired the most beautiful plots of land on the estate, such as Puligny-Montrachet, Gevrey-Chambertin, Clos de Vougeot and Corton-Charlemagne. From their love, 7 daughters are born, to whom they pass on all their passion for the vineyards. Proud to continue the path of their parents, the sisters together still keep the torch lit to ensure the achievement of a viticulture respectful of the terroir and its environment, always accompanied by lovers of the vine.
This cuvée takes its name from the "Chagnots", a diminutive of the Burgundian Châgne for the former French Chasne "Chêne", a name that appears in Ladoix-Serrigny, so these were places where oaks grew in great numbers. Today, Pinot Noir vines grow on these alluvial soils mixed with gravel and limestone from the Côte. The wine is first matured in stainless steel vats to keep all its freshness and then in barrels to bring suppleness.
The nose is concentrated on red and black fruits, the mouth is fleshy, powerful and balanced.
It will best express itself on boards of smoked and spicy deli meats or on a spicy chicken tagine.