The Latour family has been proprietors of a part of Romanée-Saint-Vivant since December 1898. Les Quatre Journaux is a magnificent plot of land situated at the South-West of Romanée Saint Vivant, a few meters from the Romanée-Conti vineyard. A "Journal” is an old Burgundian measurement corresponding to approximately 0.4 hectares (34,28 acres). Even though the Latour's initial purchase carried the entirety of the plot, half of it was sold some years later. Today Maison Louis Latour owns 0.8 hectares of Romanée-Saint-Vivant. It offers a marvelously aromatic wine, with a velvety texture which culminates in a persistent and powerful finish in the mouth. It is one of Latour greatest red wines.
The Romanée-Saint-Vivant Les Quatre Journaux 2011 has a splendid garnet color. It has a complex nose with aromas of blackcurrants and peppermint. It has a wonderful tension in the mouth. It has notes of blackcurrant and sap accompanied by very elegant tannins. It has a superb persistence.
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