Saint-Romain in the Côte de Beaune stands, at elevation, at the foot of a high cliff to the north-west of Meursault; it is believed to have been one of the first places Celts and Gallo-Romans cultivated the vine. This white has a pale gold robe. Its nose shows lime, peach and pear and white flowers with mineral notes. Its distinctive white fruit flavours come from the late picking and the minerality from the vineyard's site in the Combe Bazin. Fermentation and elevage takes place in French oak barrels, about a third of which are new.