“These grapes come solely from the Côte de Nuits, from land under the Chambolle-Musigny and Morey-Saint-Denis vineyards, with some Gevrey-Chambertin grapes,” says Caroline. 25% whole bunches were added to the fermenting vat. Colour is ruby-purple of medium depth, aromas rich and spicy. Palate is full bodied and powerful, evidently a wine from a sun-rich vintage. Dense fruit finishes softly (for drinking 2022-2024+).
2019 Bourgogne Côte d`Or Pinot Noir, Laroze de Drouhin
(£19.95 per bottle)
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