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(Google Translation) A small farm .63 has planted integrally with Chardonnay results in this lieu-dit Paul Pillot. In our view, perhaps a very emblematic wine Domaine gives us a good measure of the quality of their work in vineyard and winery without releasing the pasta that cost the most expensive wines of the Domaine. The origins of the Domaine Paul Pillot back to the second half of the nineteenth century, when Jean Baptiste Pillot Cooper combines his work with the winegrower. Today, in the XXI century, Thierry, great-grandson of Jean Baptiste, who holds the reins of Domaine named Paul Pillot, his father. A Thierry thirty years just fulfilled, helps her little sister Chrystelle. Paul Pillot's style is that of absolute respect for the grape wines that are never masked by wood (ironic if you think that the origin of the winery is a cooper). The wines are aged in French oak barrels, a percentage which is new and ranges from 20 to 25% of the simplest to a maximum of 50% for Premier Cru in larger vintages wines.