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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 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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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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