Originally founded by Julien Misserey in 1930, Bernard Chezeaux founded the eponymous estate in 1971. Jerome Chezeaux joined the family winery in 1987 and his daughter, Lyse, has since started working alongside her father. The estate reigns over 11 hectares of vines, spreading over 16 appellations in the Cote de Nuits, namely Nuits-Saint-Georges, Vosne-Romanee and Vougeot.
This 2018 Premier Cru from Nuits-Saint-Georges stems from the "Les Pruliers" appellation. The Pinot Noir vines are rooted between 250 and 270 meters above sea level and are rooted in soils composed of stony clay. This wine is powerful and exudes supple yet complex aromas. Lay it down in your cellar and see how its expression develops over time.