Pommard, that sonorous name, generous and evocative of an iconic Burgundy village and vineyard. Located between Beaune and Volnay, Pommard wines are the very symbol of Burgundy red wines and, since the Middle Ages, a benchmark, "The Flower of the wines of Beaune".
Pommard wine: exclusively Pinot Noir
You see the first slopes of Pommard a few miles southwest of Beaune. A mosaic of parcels and enclosed plots surround a substantial, charming village which takes its name from the ancient goddess Pomona, divinity of the garden. In Côte de Beaune, renowned for its great white wines, Pommard is an exception with wines made exclusively from Pinot Noir.