Rich and full-bodied in style, this slightly nutty Meursault spends 18 months ageing in oak. The oak character is balanced by delicate fruit flavours and an ever-present refreshing acidity.
In 1974 Christian Bellang took over his parents' estate with vines, found mainly in Meursault, as well as some of his father in law's vines in Savigny-Lès-Beaune. His son Christophe joined him in 1995 and together they expanded the estate to a total of 9 hectares. Vines are grown according to the principles of Lutte Raisonnée. The wines are vinified in oak barrels using indigenous yeasts and are aged barrel for between 10 and 18 months depending on the vintage and the appellation.