Savigny Les Beaune is located higher up between Aloxe-Corton and Pernand-Vergelesses, in the north of the Côte de Beaune. Savigny Les Beaune is a wine-growing village par excellence. The vineyard faces south / south-east, east and north-east. It is situated at a height of between 220 and 360 m. The chalky soils are gravely or stony, light and not very fertile. Situated on Mont-Battois, on the edge of the Beaune vineyard, facing north-east, the La Dominode 1er Cru (literally Vine of the Lord) lies on a sandy, slightly pebbly soil and lies within the Hautes Jarrons 1er Cru vineyard. This Savigny Premier Cru is fermented in vat for 3-4 weeks then matured in oak casks for about 15-18 months.