The vineyard of this Saint-Romain is located on a steep slope and planted with old vines, approximately 85 years old. Even though Saint-Romain doesn’t have any vineyards classified as 1er Cru yet, the motion is underway and this vineyard is set to qualify. This wine is opening on refined white floral aromas, with some ripe peach, hazelnut and buttery hints. The palate is driven by natural minerality, a fresh acidity and some beautiful flavours of white flower, nuts and butter. It is great to drink now but will benefit from two to three years cellaring.
The grapes are harvested by hand and sorted in the vineyard. When the grapes arrive at the winery, they are gently brought to the press. After a long and gentle press cycle, after a cold sedimentation the must is pumped into barrels to undergo its alcoholic fermentation. “La Combe Bazin” is vinified like a Meursault, with a long maturation in oak barrels for 18 months. However, there are 15% new oak barrels, so that the wine can express its terroir as much as possible.
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