Wine Chambertin-Clos de Beze Grand Cru 2004
Wine beautiful and rich scarlet.
Perfectly balanced velvety wine with excellent tannins. Long pleasant aftertaste returns aromas of cherries and liquorice.
Wine with a strong and clean aroma. The young wine is dominated by aromas of black cherry and dark chocolate. Later appear aromas of undergrowth, truffle and liquorice. After about 15 years of aging appear aromas of candied fruit mixed with notes of leather and musk.
Wine is served with meat specialties and grilled meat.
House of Burgundy Joseph Drouhin was founded in 1880 in Bonn. Its history began with the Dukes of Burgundy wine cellars. Now the company owns 73 hectares of land, and it is the largest economy in the region, producing 93 wines. The vineyards are located in various parts of Burgundy: Chablis, Côte de Beaune, Côte Shalonez, Beaujolais. Two-thirds of the vineyards are a classification of Premier and Grand Cru. Here grow the two most famous Burgundian grape varieties: Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.