Here, we introduce to as fine a value as we have in our Burgundy portfolio. The village of Ladoix borders on the Cote de Nuits and brings the black fruits of that region into a marriage with the red fruits of the Cote de Beaune to make a wonderfully complex and satisfying wine. The vineyards lie at the foot of the hillside of Corton. The vines are quite old, one part of the vineyard having been planted in 1926 and another part being planted in 1960. The Ladoix Vieilles Vignes is aged in small oak for eighteen months with about 10% of the oak being new.