Glapigny Poncet, like Glapigny and Glapigny Boncourt is part of the Bourgognes Grand Ordinaire territory, named today “Côteaux Bourguignons”, below the village of Vosne-Romanée. The rich alluvial soil of the plain does not have the material to offer a real expression of “terroir”. At this plot of 0.27 hectares planted with gamay, the vines are tended and the wine vinified so as to express fully not just the character of gamay itself, but somewhat ‘pinoter’. The result is a pleasing everyday quaffing red.