This is the most northerly appellation to be produced in the Rhône Valley and one of the oldest French vineyards. The perfect balance between the terroirs of “Côte Brune” and “Côte Blonde” gives a racy Laurus Côte Rôtie with great aromatic finesse.
"Creamy and supple, with a velvety finish that makes it approachable already. Scents of espresso and doused campfire give the nose a smoky cast, balanced by ample ripeness on the palate." Joe Czerwinski (Wine Advocate Robert Parker) - December 2017
Serve at 16-18 °C – Ideal when opened 3 hours prior to serving
Baron of lamb with Herbes de Provence
Tournedos with morels
20 to 30 years – 39 hl/ha
During the Middle Age, it is said that a Lord shared his property between his two daughters, one of them blond and the other brunette, thus giving rise to the names “Côte Blonde” and “Côte Brune”.
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