Bought in 1964 by Joseph Arlaud, this plot use to be classified has Gevrey Chambertin Village, however, a decree from the same year reclassified the Arlaud property as 'Bourgogne' but not the one surrounding area....ahh the joys of politics. With that being said this is Gevery Chambertin fruit. The vineyard is a stone’s throw from Griottes-Chambertin. The fruit is dark a savory, with hints a baking space and mushroom, the wine is balanced though. A Pinot suited for a heartier meal.
Grape: Pinot Noir
Pairing: Roasted Chicken, beef bourguignon
Soil: limestone-clay soil is completed by some Marne de Bresse.
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