Mythical Wines of The Vosne-Romanée
The Romanée-Conti appellation, deserving a Grand Cru status, is undoubtedly the mythical wine of the Vosne-Romanée name. It is located in the Côte de Nuits sub-area of Burgundy, Eastern France, with Pinot noir as the major grape variety. This small vineyard of 1 hectare 80 acres and 50 centiares has a confidential production of 4500 liters in a year, representing 6,000 bottles, averagely.
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Its climate guarantees the vines ideal sunshine with an exposure to the east, on a slope in a gentle slope. The mother rock of shell limestone is shallow and supports a little soil subject to scree, in which limestone and pebbles mingle. It is particularly rich in clay and iron with, also, a flat where the silts accumulate. It offers the vineyard with good drainage, about sixty centimeters deep.
Only the upper part of the hillside is susceptible to erosion and requires that growers regularly go up the land. Grands Crus Vosne has familiar aromas of violet and a well-built mouth.
Excellent of All in Côte d’Or
AOC Romanée-Conti is a wine characterized by the rose-hip aroma, which, with age, evolves towards those of rose petal. Its international reputation is since it offers an incredible velvety on the palate, indeed the finest red wine in Burgundy. It expresses the complexity of the Pinot Noir grape variety. Fans will be happy to wait 20 to 30 years before tasting this very long aging wine.
The red wine of this appellation is the most excellent of all those of the Côte d’Or and even of all the French and the most expensive wines of Burgundy. The AOC Romanée-Conti was born in 1936.
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A part of the important features of Romanée-Conti appellation for red wines are as follows:
- Soil: Marls and limestones.
- Taste: Balanced and robust.
- Wine color: Red.
- Aromas: Rosehip and rose petal.
- Aging potential: 2 – 30 years.
- Serving temperature: 14 to 16° C
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