Clos de la Roche
- Located at the northern end of Morey-Saint-Denis, very close to the border with Gevrey.
- The geological layers of Burgundy are responsible for outcroppings of white chalk that can sometimes be seen at the surface.
- Clos de la Roche is such a tough vineyard (roche in French means “rock”): a Grand Cru demanding an exacting amount of work but where the Pinot Noir thrives in spite of the difficulties.
- It is a very hard and difficult soil to plow because of its rocky composition.
GRAPE VARIETY: 100% Pinot Noir
FOOD PAIRINGS: This is an exceptional wine which requires the most refined gastronomy: filet mignon, game, wild fowl, venison, great cheeses.
TASTING NOTES: “A sumptuous wine! The color is a beautiful deep ruby. The nose is complex and brings to mind black cherries, with subtle notes of musk and cigar. The tannins seem coated by the velvety texture of the wine. The length of the aftertaste is exceptional: note of spices and candied fruit linger forever in the mouth. This wine gives a marvelous sensation of harmony and plenitude.” – Véronique Drouhin-Boss
2021 | Tech Sheet | POS | Label | Bottle Shot
2020 | Tech Sheet | POS | Label | Bottle Shot