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Lot Description: Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Domaine Tortochot Jeunes Rois (no reserve) 2012
Quantity: 3 Bottles
Label: 3 good appearance
Origin: Private individual
Type of price: -
Type of cellar: Wine cabinet
Recoverable VAT: No
Original Wooden Case: No
The original wooden case will be shipped only if requested by the customer when placing the order. It will be subject to extra delivery fees. For lots with a value exceeding €1,000 (excluding transport but including buyer’s premium) the OWC will be automatically sent without any additional charge.
Information about the wine
Classification: 1er Cru
Producer: 18000 hectolitres
Grape variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Service temperature (in °C): 16
Information about the producer
Size (in ha): 400
Volume: 18000 hectolitres
Yield (in hl/ha): 45
Intensity : -
Dominant aroma : -
Tasting occasion : -
The Gevrey-Chambertin appellation covers 400 hectares and is located at Gevrey, the largest production area in the Côte de Nuits. It has 28 Premiers Crus and several very good cuvées under the Village appellation, which more than make up for the fact that this appellation has no Grand Crus.
Each with their own individual style, the Gevrey-Chambertin wines express the richness and diversity of the Burgundy terroir. Full of colour, their intense aromas evoke blackcurrants and other small red and dark fruits with gamey undertones, and often liquorice once the wine has matured. Strong, with beautifully mellow tannins, they have just the right amount of sharpness. These structured, robust wines are designed for keeping.*The above information describes the wine and is not vintage specific.
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Original wooden case
The original wooden case will be shipped only if requested by the customer when placing the order. It will be subject to extra delivery fees. For lots with a value exceeding ï¿½1,000 (excluding transport but including buyerï¿½s premium) the OWC will be automatically sent without any additional charge.
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