– Les Chaillots : At Ladoix-Serrigny, the chailles (stony lands) represent the major part of this lieu-dit which is situated on the alluvial cone of the Combe des Buis valley.
– Les Chagnots : Chagnot, the Burgundian diminutive of Châgne from the Old French noun Chasne “oak”, can be found in two neighbouring lieux-dits at Ladoix-Serrigny: Les Chagnots and Clos des Chagnots, bordering the D974 Dijon to Beaune road that goes through the village. Indeed, these were places where oak trees were plentiful.
– Les Combottes : At Ladoix-Serrigny, this large plot lies in the continuation of the Combe des Buis valley which explains its hilly landscape. Its name is a diminutive of Combe (comb or valley).
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The vineyard plot(s)
Vines from old massal selections are planted alongside younger vines some of which are from clonal selections. The average age of the vines is around 35 years.
The soil and subsoil
Complex, clayey limestone soil slope formation arising from modification of the substrate with various screes and colluvial silts over “chailles” (hard little (lime)stones). These stones come from the alluvial fan of Buisson and ensure these relatively fertile grounds good drainage and therefore early grape ripening.
According to the vintage conditions.
These vines are located at an altitude of around 250 m at the foot of the Corton hill. The slope is gentle and faces south in Les Chagnots, and south-east in Les Chaillots and Les Vris.