The Latricières-Chambertin area of appellation is located in the southern part of Gevrey-Chambertin’s 9 Grands Crus zone, at the mouth of the Grisard valley. The vineyards overlook those of Mazoyères.
SoilThe soil is composed of calcareous clay overlying marl and Bajocian encrinal limestone with a thin layer of silica at the surface due to scree from the Grisard valley.
Grape variety100 % Pinot Noir.
VinificationTraditional Burgundian vinification in open vats with long maceration and punching of the cap. Aged in oak barrels (50 to 60% new oak) for 14 to 18 months to lend harmony to the wine and ensure optimal maturity.
RobeBeautiful, brilliant deep ruby red in colour.
NoseBoth delicate and intense, the nose is reminiscent of fruity nuances of berries (blackcurrant, raspberry) with a floral touch of rose along with some spicy notes.
PalatePowerful structure yet supple and smooth. Perfectly balanced with a dazzling finish.
Serve withThe perfect match for red meat, large game, spicy dishes and full-flavoured cheeses. Try it with a haunch of venison or roast pigeon with lemon and sage. When it comes to cheese, choose aged goat’s cheeses. With dessert, match this wine with a raspberry Bavarian cream or a chocolate tart with clementine zest.