The ultimate definition of a great Pinot associated with a great terroir. Armand Rousseau's Chambertin is undoubtedly the greatest wine from the village of Gevrey. The fruits come from four plots, some of which cannot be mechanized. In this case, the estate uses a horse and a plow. The vines grow on clay-limestone soils, the favorite terroir of Pinot....
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