Grape Variety 100% Pinot Noir
Appellation Côte de Beaune-Villages
Alcohol Degree 13%
Soil Clay and limestone
Vinification Fermented traditionally in open vats
Ageing/Maturation 10-12 months in stainless steel vats and Louis Latour cooperage French oak medium toasted oak barrels
Cellar Potential 3-5 years
Louis Latour Cote De Beaune Villages 2013
Of a beautiful ruby color, the Côte de Beaune -Villages 2013 has a fruity nose with aromas of cassis, raspberry and strawberry. In the mouth, aromas of cassis are present as well as notes of undergrowth. A round wine with mellow tannins on the finish.
The Louis Latour family first bought vines in the Cote de Beaune in 1731, with land in some of the top Burgundy vineyards. Cooperage was already at that period a family occupation.