The nose is intense and vibrant with aromas of white flower and pear. The palate is rich and silky.
The Domaine was created in 1850 by the Jessiaume family. Between 2006 and 2020, the Domaine was owned by a Scottish businessman, Sir David Murray. After generations of Jessiaume making the wines, a new team arrived in 2014 and the Domaine changed its direction. The wines are hand crafted with minimal intervention. In order to do that, new investments in equipment and renovating the winery took place immediately. Harvest and sorting are done by hand. Small elevators are used to fill the tanks. Vinifications are done with natural yeasts and the extractions are gentle and controlled. The goal is to obtain elegant and fine wines which respect the terroir. The year 2020 marked a big turn for Domaine Jessiaume. Sir David Murray sold the Domaine to Dr Jean-François Le Bigot. This Burgundy lover wishes to impulse the qualitative direction of the Domaine. The team stays and focuses on the quality. The vines and the wines are now organic and new investments in the winery are made. A new system to manage the temperature of the wines is installed. A strict selection of barrels from the best barrel makers is started.