Labouré-Roi Pinot Noir Echezeaux Grand Cru 2011

Winemaker's Notes:

Color: Pale gold with green tints. Bouquet: Distinct mineral notes with nuances of almond, hazelnut, citrus, peach, buttered brioche, and honey. Taste: Opulent and structured with natural richness. Serving Suggestions: Partner with king prawns, lobster and crawfish, as well as foie gras, white meats such as veal or poultry in cream sauce, and many varieties of goat cheese. Its aromatic power means it can also match spicy and exotic dishes such as couscous, sweet-and-sour dishes and sushi.

  • + My Wines

    My Wines

    Save in My Wines

    Add to Wishlist

    My Cellar

  • + List It
  • + Critic Score

    Submit a Critic Score

    Score:

    Name of Critic:

    Close
0 5 0.5
Average Rating Rate It Add
Labouré-Roi:
The House of Laboure-Roi dates back to 1832, when it was founded in the town of Nuits-Saint-Georges by Monsieur Laboure and Monsieur Roi. Twenty-two years earlier Monsieur Claude-Joseph Bonnet establised what was to become a thriving silk company in the city of Lyons. In 1974 these two diverse interests came together, when Louis and Armand Cottin, direct descendants of M. Bonnet, purchased Labo... Read more
The House of Laboure-Roi dates back to 1832, when it was founded in the town of Nuits-Saint-Georges by Monsieur Laboure and Monsieur Roi. Twenty-two years earlier Monsieur Claude-Joseph Bonnet establised what was to become a thriving silk company in the city of Lyons. In 1974 these two diverse interests came together, when Louis and Armand Cottin, direct descendants of M. Bonnet, purchased Laboure-Roi from Robert Jeanniard, himself a direct descendant of Mssrs. Laboure and Roi. Read less

All Prices

Shipping to:

Color: Pale gold with green tints. Bouquet: Distinct mineral notes with nuances of almond, hazelnut, citrus, peach, buttered brioche, and honey. Taste: Opulent and structured with natural richness. Serving Suggestions: Partner with king prawns, lobster and crawfish, as well as foie gras, white meats such as veal or poultry in cream sauce, and many varieties of goat cheese. Its aromatic power means it can also match spicy and exotic dishes such as couscous, sweet-and-sour dishes and sushi.

Best Wine Deals

See More Deals »

Pinot Noir Top Lists








Snooth Media Network