Chambertin, Armand Rousseau
Wineyard: 
Armand Rousseau
Region: 
Designation: 
Chambertin
Classification: 
Grand Cru
Type: 
Still
Color: 
White

 

In the early 20th century Armand Rousseau, created the estate after having inherited from several vinestock plots in the commune of Gevrey-Chambertin. The appellation Chambertin, located between the vineyards of Gevrey-Chambertin and Morey-Saint-Denis, has a considerably high average vine age - about 40 to 45 years. Up until now, the configuration of the land has not been favorable to mechanisation, hence working the land remains with the help of a horse and a plow. With an area spanning 15 hectares, more than two of them are devoted to Chambertin - East oriented. For many years now, the refusal to use insecticides, fertiliser or any chemical supplements seems to have become the Castle's trademark, in its fight towards a more organic viticulture.
The traditional vinification process is maintained with minimum manipulation of the wines. The ageing is carried out in oak barrels (100% new), during a period of 18 months. Considered the Kings' wine, its masculinity and strength reveals aromas of chocolate, licorice and black fruits.
 
Grape variety : Pinot Noir 100%.
Annual production : 65 000 bottles.

Wine Quotes

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Vintagesort ascending Quote (€/75cl) Updated
2006 €650,00 23/12/2016
2005 €1 300,00 01/01/2016
1996 €1 040,00 10/04/2017
1995 €1 200,00 17/01/2018
1984 €1 040,00 10/04/2017
1980 €2 240,00 12/05/2017
1978 €740,00 30/07/2017
1976 €504,00 22/09/2017
1967 €1 360,00 22/09/2017

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