Latricieres-Chambertin Grand Cru 2004
  • Latricieres-Chambertin Grand Cru 2004

Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru 2004

  • Red
  • 75 cl

Latricières Chambertin: Grand Cru rouge de Bourgogne, vintage 2004.

This red Grand Cru of red Burgundy is one of the greatest wines in the world, ideal in terms of evolution.

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dégustation

Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru 2004

  • Complex

  • Powerful

  • Mineral

  • Fruity

  • Woody

Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru 2004 - Domaine Henri Guénard & Fils


When concentration meets finesse, you get the Latricières Chambertin Grand Cru from the Henri Gainard & fils estate.

Structure, power, but also elegance and delicacy of tannins characterize this very great wine from the Côte de Nuits in Burgundy.


Pinot Noir is here on one of its favorite terroirs, with a very colorful color and a bouquet with varied and complex aromas: red and black fruits, flowers, spices ....

A structured, round and delicate wine, of magnificent persistence

A wine that will obviously benefit from being kept, with a potential that can go up to 20 years.


Food-wine pairings:

Furry or feathered game, coq au vin, lamb in sauce or roties meats, slightly raised red meats.


Serving temperature of the wine: 12 to 14 ° in its youth, 15 to 16 ° in maturity

mets & vins

Powerful and racy Burgundy red wine: steaks or beef ribs, roast beef, sweeteners

caractéristiques

  • Appellation

    Grand Cru
  • Type of Wine

    Still
  • Wine Making

    Oak casks
  • Grape Variety

    Pinot Noir
  • Harvest

    Manual
  • Burgundy Region

    Côte de Nuits
  • Vintage

    2004
  • Service

    14 to 16 degrees
  • Custody potential

    2022
appellation

Chambertin

Wine Characteristics


Vivid coloration ranging from deep ruby to black-cherry. Their aromas suggest strawberry, blackcurrant, and gooseberry as well as fruit pits, liquorice, and spices. Violet, moss and underbrush are also likely to be present. On the palate, power, opulence and elegance unite to make a full and complex body, full of sap and voluptuosness textured. Keeping potential is 10 years minimum. Although these sumptuous Grands Crus share a family resemblance, each has its own distinctive nuances.

Wine Steward’s Tip

The Grands Crus of Gevrey-Chambertin are iconic Pinot Noir wines; powerful, virile, complex and intense. They demand equally complex, hightoned dishes to keep the pairing in balance. Feathered game (grilled or, better still, in wine sauce) will, of course, be a worthy companion. The power of the wine’s tannins will withstand the shock of contrasting textures while its aromatic complexity and above all its opulence will bring out the differences.
Roast lamb in gravy, chicken in red wine sauce, glazed poultry, and rib steak will also benefit from the match, not forgetting soft-centred cheeses which will get strong support from the wine’s power and aromatic persistence.
Serving temperature: 12 to 14°C for young wines,14 to 16°C for older wines.
 

Situation

Gevrey-Chambertin lies alongside the Route des Grands Crus at the northern end of the Côte which runs from North to South between the Combes of Lavaux at one end and Morey-Saint-Denis at the other. It can be likened to a Cinemascope screen, facing east, at altitudes between 240 and 280 meters.
The Clos de Bèze first appears in the history of the Côte de Nuits in the year 640 AD as a monastic property. In 1219 it passed to the canons of Langres, who retained ownership until the French Revolution (1789). The name Chambertin has been used since the 13th century and once shared imperial approval with Clos de Bèze - Napoleon would drink nothing else. Its boundaries have not changed since the Middle Ages. In recognition of their similarity, the 7 Climats adjoining those of Chambertin and Clos de Bèze attach the name Chambertin to their own names (except in the case of Clos de Bèze where the name Chambertin comes first).
Grand Cru status was officially granted on 31 July 1937.
 

Terroirs


Gevrey-Chambertin lies alongside the Route des Grands Crus at the northern end of the Côte which runs from North to South between the Combes of Lavaux at one end and Morey-Saint-Denis at the other. It can be likened to a Cinemascope screen, facing east, at altitudes between 240 and 280 meters.
The Clos de Bèze first appears in the history of the Côte de Nuits in the year 640 AD as a monastic property. In 1219 it passed to the canons of Langres, who retained ownership until the French Revolution (1789). The name Chambertin has been used since the 13th century and once shared imperial approval with Clos de Bèze - Napoleon would drink nothing else. Its boundaries have not changed since the Middle Ages. In recognition of their similarity, the 7 Climats adjoining those of Chambertin and Clos de Bèze attach the name Chambertin to their own names (except in the case of Clos de Bèze where the name Chambertin comes first).
Grand Cru status was officially granted on 31 July 1937.

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