From the producer: Through his name, the Saint-Romain Sous Roche already speaks to us about its limestone soil. Its 60-year-old plots, which extend over 3 hectares, take root in the marls of Saint-Romain. This specific cradle, nestled at 300m on the hill facing the village, takes advantage of its height as well as the warm currents that caress the valley. This situation gives the Saint-Romain Sous-Roche a character of fresh pinot and altitude with generous aromas of red fruits while its old vines give it depth and a good length in the mouth. The Sous-Roche is best enjoyed young. With four or five years more, it expresses itself in a more spicy way and lets out some notes of ripe fruit.