Drouhin-Laroze Bonnes Mares 2004

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General: Total area: 15 hectares (37.07 acres), 1.50 ha of which lie within the limits of Morey-St-Denis Height above...

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Winemaker's Notes:

General: Total area: 15 hectares (37.07 acres), 1.50 ha of which lie within the limits of Morey-St-Denis Height above sea level: 280 metres Gradient: Gentle Aspect: East Aromas: Blackberries, red currants, Morello cherries, cherry wood, brown tobacco and truffles Grape variety: Pinot Noir Our production: Surface area: 1.50 hectares Planted in: All ages Terroir: Calcareous stones Location: Entirely within the limits of Chambolle-Musigny Maturation: New Allier and Nivernais oak barrels; medium and medium plus toast. Serving temperature: 18°C (64°F) Food recommendations: Game birds, roast wild boar, roasted red meat in sauce and tournedos with a mushroom sauce. Etymology: The name of this vineyard stems from the discovery (date unknown) of a low relief of the "Maire" goddesses. We know that these three goddesses were worshipped during the Roman period and were considered to be the protectors of the earth and crops.

General: Total area: 15 hectares (37.07 acres), 1.50 ha of which lie within the limits of Morey-St-Denis Height above sea level: 280 metres Gradient: Gentle Aspect: East Aromas: Blackberries, red currants, Morello cherries, cherry wood, brown tobacco and truffles Grape variety: Pinot Noir Our production: Surface area: 1.50 hectares Planted in: All ages Terroir: Calcareous stones Location: Entirely within the limits of Chambolle-Musigny Maturation: New Allier and Nivernais oak barrels; medium and medium plus toast. Serving temperature: 18°C (64°F) Food recommendations: Game birds, roast wild boar, roasted red meat in sauce and tournedos with a mushroom sauce. Etymology: The name of this vineyard stems from the discovery (date unknown) of a low relief of the "Maire" goddesses. We know that these three goddesses were worshipped during the Roman period and were considered to be the protectors of the earth and crops.

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