It is a monopole belonging to Domaine du Pavillon of Albert Bichot, the Clos des Maréchaudes gets its name from the foot of Aloxe Corton that used to be marshy and nicknamed Mareschaut in old French.
This 2012 Corton Grand Cru Clos des Maréchaudes of Domaine du Pavillon displays an intense ruby-tinted colour. The nose gives off vanilla, grilled, or even raspberry fragrances. The attack is round, full-bodied and strong. This wine offers good harmony between the terroir richness and finesse, as well as dense tannins.