Planted in the heart of the Hengst vineyard, this wine is not authorised to have the Grand Cru appellation. The H refers to the Hengst. The old vines, planted on Hengst vineyard give a fresh wine. The nose is floral, ample and deep in mouth with a strong density. To keep like a Grand Cru. Serve with Terrines of fish, scallops, sweetbread, lobster, blanquette, souffles, vegetables, poultry, pies, creamy cheeses.