Red Wine

Domaine Pierre Amiot et Fils, Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Combottes, 2018

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SGD 175.00

Vintage: 2018
Size: 750ml
Ratings: Nil

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Combottes is from 3 separate parcels totaling 0.61 ha with two right next to Grand Cru Latricières-Chambertin and the other at the southern end of the vineyard near Grand Cru Clos de la Roche.
Les Combottes gets it’s name from the combe formation of the land it grows on (a valley or hollow on the side of a hill). A cold north wind that blows here ensures a later harvest in this chilly area.

On the nose, there are aromas of red fruits. Of exceptional length on the palate, it is a full-bodied wine with silky tannins.

Domaine Pierre Amiot et Fils, Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Combottes, 2018

Vintage: 2018
Size: 750ml
Ratings: Nil

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Combottes is from 3 separate parcels totaling 0.61 ha with two right next to Grand Cru Latricières-Chambertin and the other at the southern end of the vineyard near Grand Cru Clos de la Roche.
Les Combottes gets it’s name from the combe formation of the land it grows on (a valley or hollow on the side of a hill). A cold north wind that blows here ensures a later harvest in this chilly area.

On the nose, there are aromas of red fruits. Of exceptional length on the palate, it is a full-bodied wine with silky tannins.

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Description

Description

The Amiots have been making wine in the Cote de Nuits for 5 generations. They make stunning Morey-Saint-Denis Reds including Grand Cru Clos de la Roche, Premier Cru Les Millandes and Morey-Saint-Denis Village. In Gevrey-Chambertin they make an excellent Premier Cru Les Combottes.

Tasting Notes

Gevrey-Chambertin 1er Cru Les Combottes is from 3 separate parcels totaling 0.61 ha with two right next to Grand Cru Latricières-Chambertin and the other at the southern end of the vineyard near Grand Cru Clos de la Roche.
Les Combottes gets it’s name from the combe formation of the land it grows on (a valley or hollow on the side of a hill). A cold north wind that blows here ensures a later harvest in this chilly area.

“Combottes” comes from small “combe” which is a narrow gorge. Around 1930, they should have been able to label it Grand Cru “Combottes-Chambertin”, however a judgment passed in 1931 did not allocate the name “Chambertin” to the name of this parcel.

On the nose, there are aromas of red fruits. Of exceptional length on the palate, it is a full-bodied wine with silky tannins.

Serving Suggestions

This wine goes very well with red meats, grilled or in sauce, and with cheeses.

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