Louis Latour

Pommard

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R 795

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Cultivar:

100% Pinot Noir

Country:

France

Rating:

90 Points - Wine Spectator

Specifications:

13.50% alc vol Sugar g/l: N/A
Type: Red Wine Cellaring Potential: 3 to 5 yrs
Origin: Burgundy Appellation: Pommard

Tasting Notes:

Of a garnet colour, the Pommard 2011 reveals a nose of black cherries and spices, accompanied by notes of cloves. It is round in the mouth with lovely aromas of red berries and wonderful, persistent tannins.

Black Cherry
Black Cherry

Red Cherry
Red Cherry

Cloves
Cloves

Sweet Spices
Sweet Spices

Pommard is for many the most familiar Burgundy appellation. The village itself lies approximately 2 miles south of Beaune, and the total appellation is fairly extensive, covering 300 hectares, flanking a narrow valley which leads back into the Côte d'Or hinterland. The wines of Pommard are quite different from those of the neighbouring villages. They tend to be deeper and more concentrated than Beaune or Volnay wines and have a sumptuous perfume and bite without being too tannic. This wine requires a number of years to reveal itself.

Average vine age: 30 years. Soil: Clay and limestone.

Traditional fermentation in open vats.

10 to 12 months ageing in oak barrels, 15% new.

Food pairing

Duck confit - beef "Bourguignon" - mature cheeses.

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