(Ramonet gets this fruit though a métayage arrangement): Ripe peach and a note of toasty oak on the nose. Richer than the Charmois but also shows a light touch and more complex flavors of stone fruits and sexy oak. This, too, is a Saint-Aubin that needs patience.
Due west of Puligny and Chassagne lies the little, picturesque village of St. Aubin. With the neighbouring village of Gamay, it produces 2/3 white wine and 1/3 red wine over 230 hectares of vines of which over 3/4 are premier cru. It was one of the last appellations created in only 1970 but has since created an excellent reputation for good value well made Burgundy that can replicatePuligny. Some of the most expressive vineyards are En Remilly and Les Murgers des Dents de Chien.