Elevé en fûts de chêne entre 16 et 20 mois, le vosne-romanée 1er cru du domaine Lamarche réclame quelques années de garde. More info
The Premier Cru des Malconsorts is actually the neighbour of LaTâche and one of the most renowned. It is situated on the mid-slope parcels where the proportions of limestone, clay and small stones are better-balanced. Stamped with richness, finesse, complexity and harmony, Vosne-Romanée symbolises, above all, elegance. Their dominant mellowness is balanced by discrete tannins and a touch of acidity. These fleshy, highly persistent wines are very aromatic, with unique perfumes of cherry, strawberry and undergrowth. Those from Domaine Lamarche are matured in oak barrels for 16 to 20 months and bottled without fining and filtration. They can be aged for at least four years.
The Domaine Lamarche is a family business which goes back several generations. Since 1797 it has produced 14 different wines on the prestigious terroirs of Vosne-Romanée and Vougeot. Family-run by François Lamarche, his wife Marie-Blanche, her sister Geneviève, and daughter Nicole, the domain spreads over 11.23 hectares. It is managed using sustainable farming principles and is equally divided between Pinots Noirs for one half, and Chardonnays and Pinots Blancs for the other half. Well-known for being the sole domain producing the rare Grands Crus of Vosne-Romanée, it also has three other grands crus, including Clos de Vougeot, Échezeaux, and Grands-Échezeaux. The Lamarche family produces and matures its own wines; a low yield, a perfectly matured grape, as well as a meticulous sorting are reflected in the wines produced at the Lamarche domain.
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