CHF72 incl. MWST
Tasting Note: From vines with an average age of 65 years, the oldest from 1932. The nose is a melange of red plums, red cherries, turned earth (typical of this cru on the Pommard border), violets and smoked spices. The palate is fleshy with fine-grained tannins and a long juicy finish. Drink 2023-2050. Food Pairing: Ideal with simply grilled veal or lamb chops with grilled vegetables.