The colour is bright and intense while the bouquet shows a complex mix of red and dark fruits, with hints of liquorice and mint. A subtle yet powerful mouthfeels shows this grand cru's real inner strength. Outstanding ageing potential.
Coq au vin, fillet steak, truffle risotto
In 1991, Clos de la Roche was the second Côte de Nuits vineyard to be acquired by the Hospices, the frst having been Mazis-Chambertin, in 1976. A donation from Mr. & Mrs. Cyrot-Chaudron allowed the purchase of rows of vines at the heart of the gently sloping Grand Cru hillside between Morey-Saint-Denis and Gevrey-Chambertin. Two thirds of these vines were planted in 1972, or before. Because of the rarity and beauty of this wine, it is regularly one of the most fercely contested Cuvées.
Les Froichots 0.25 ha..
Ici se trouvera la map de la région du vin...