Top wine from the Clos de la Roche grand cru plot.
Terroir, method of production and maturation: The grapes used for the wine are harvested by hand from a grand cru vineyard located between Morey Saint Denis and Gevrey-Chambertin. The slope of the shelter varies between 4-23% and the vines grow 276-308 meters above sea level when the shelter faces east. The plot's soil contains iron-rich clay and limestone gravel. Whole bunches ferment spontaneously in steel tanks and the wine matures for 18 months in French oak barrels, about 60% of which are new. The wine is not clarified or filtered before bottling.
Use: With strong meat stews and herbal roasted roots.
Description: The aromatic and deep scent has rose petals, raspberry and warm spiciness. The full flavor is rich and dense, the tannins are ripe and the acidity is lively. The wine's intensity and long aftertaste promise it great aging potential.