COTE DE BEAUNE, BURGUNDY, FRANCE
In 1855, the winery was part of a larger domaine that included such names as Romanée-Conti and Clos de Tart. Originally called La Bousse d’Or (meaning Golden Earth), the domaine was in numerous people's hands until Gérard Potel took the reins and put the estate's wines firmly on the map.
In 1997 Patrick Landanger bought the domaine, adding vineyards into the estate in the early 21st century.
Pronouced citrus on the nose with complex nutty aromas. Very clean and fresh, which is surprising considering it is 14 years old. Smooth vanilla notes, perfect balance and a long...
If you want to have one of the best Chambolle Musigny you can't go much wrong with this. Absolutely brilliant, elegant and with the potential to age for a long...