The persimmons are hand-picked, and 20% after fermentation are aged in oak barrels (20% new barrels, 20% one-year barrels). It is a wine from the slopes of Mont Davril in the village of Saint Desere, in the Cote Chalonnaise. Bright ruby, an elegant bouquet of ripe fruits, a pronounced black currant aroma, and mellowness and body develop in the mouth. Well balanced, long and crisp. Mont-Davril-Fu de Chéne in 2005 is the wine from the oldest bottle in the top section. Clear barrels are not felt (in any case not new barrels), but the animal and country feels more strongly than the regular ones, and textures are also included. The flavor of salty blackberries and sour cherries continue to a lively grip finish. However, it lacks some purity. This relatively bargain priced pino can be enjoyed in the next few years. 87 points "Wine Advocate 178"