Richebourg GC 2001 - Domaine Jean Grivot
75 cl - 13.5% Alc vol
Perfect level and color
Label slightly stained
Domaine Jean Grivot has existed in Burgundy since the end of the 18th century. It has the greatest terroirs at its disposal, Clos de Vougeot, Richebourg and others.
The Richebourg appellation counts only 8.03 h.a for all producers, enough to produce less than 35,000 bottles per year. Neighbor of Romanée-Conti, this grand cru is one of the greatest red burgundy wines.
Made for aging, complex and structured, the Richebourg wines are intended to be tasted after a minimum of 10 to 15 years of aging and reach their peak between 20 and 30 years depending on the quality of the vintage.
Tasting advice: After 20 years of aging, this bottle can be tasted in good conditions. Each one of us got his own preference for tasting this type of wine. If we had the chance to taste it, we would open it two or three hours before serving it without decanting. But a decanting of a few hours is also possible.
- 75 cl
- Grape(s) variety
- 100% Pinot Noir
- Red wine
- % alc.
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