At Pommard, this climat neighbours the lieu-dit Frémiets at Volnay, which goes up a little higher on the slope. Their names may have the same origin even though the spelling differs. We suppose that these plots belonged to members of the Frémy family. In 1892, they owned plots at Pommard in the lieux-dits then called: “Es Noizons”, “En Monpoulain” and “Les Chazeaux”.
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The vineyard plot(s)
Vines planted in 1980 and derived from a massal selection of Pinot Noir grafted onto 161-49 rootstocks.
The soil and subsoil
Côte d’Or gravel silt, mid-slope.
According to the vintage conditions.
East south-east exposition, altitude 250-260 metres.