Latricières-Chambertin is a 7.4-hectare parcel of vines found south of Chambertin on shallow stony soil. It is therefore very easy to reach the limestone rock layer beneath. The name ‘Latricières' comes from the latin latericium 'slope' which alludes to the slope of the land favorable to vine-growing. Latricières-Chambertin Grand Cru has characteristics similar to that of Chambertin but it is a lighter style of wine. The history of the cru suggests it began to be cultivated in 1508, and its name means "the small miracle".
The Grand Cru Latricières-Chambertin 2012 has a lovely garnet color. On the nose, it reveals aromas of red fruits and chocolate. On the palate, it is ample and fresh with elegant tannins and notes of prunes, nutmeg and spice.
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