giovedì 19 luglio 2012


Pinot Noir vineyard planted in 1961, 1971, and 1981.
Surface Area: 0,33 hectares (0.82 acres)
An impoverished and shallow marl and limestone soil. Next-door neighbor of the grand cru Chambertin.

The wine affirms itself as relatively powerful, but its richness harmonizes nicely with the finesse and elegance of the wine.
It is wise to wait a few years before drinking while this grand cru reaches its potential in the cellar.

Great wine i had a long times ago I just read an article on it and i remember how delicious it was, i just copy the detail on the website on Simon Bize... A wine to have in the cellar at you house please

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