Located between Marsannay and Gevrey-Chambertin, the Fixin appellation takes its name from the Latin Fiscinum and Fiscinus, according to the ninth century Acts of the bishopric of Langres. Numerous remains found in the area attest to Roman occupation. The Dukes had their summer residence here. Fixey originally belong to the St Benigne abbey of Dijon.
The vineyard is planted on a chalky land where the oak grows easily. The soil is clay and limestone, stony reddish, fairly fertile. The subsoil is compact marl.
A Fixin to be tasted with a game.
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