The Rully appellation covers nearly 350 hectares in the heart of the Côte Chalonnaise. It is shared between Chagny and Rully communes. Out of all of the Rully appellation climats, 23 are classified as Premier Cru. The vines, located between 230 and 300 metres above sea level, are planted on calcareous brown soil in which clay is for the red variety Pinot Noir and clay-limestone for the white variety Chardonnay. They whites develop floral, citrus, white peach and flint aromas in their youth, and then reveal honey, ripe fruit and dried fruit notes as they age. They are fruity wines that offer roundness, fat and an incredible length. The Rully red wines have red and black fruit aromas, as well as empyreumatic, floral and cooked fruit notes. Their tannins melt pleasantly on the palette.