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Jean Louis Trintignant, one of France's most revered and famous actors, always dreamt of owning a vineyard.
Henry Fessy's Fleurie is characterized by abounding finesse and elegance with floral aromas of irises and violets.
Situated just south of Volnay and Pommard in the Côte de Beaune, Meursault is the most extensive southerly white wine commune of the Côte-d'Or.
At the heart of a constellation of Grand Crus is found Le Chambertin, a small parcel which has belonged to the Latour family since the end of the last century.
The location of the Saint-Bris vineyards allows the Sauvignon grapes to fully express their range of aromas and the minerality of the soils.
Named for the historical windmill in the region, this cru is the mascot of viticultural Beaujolais. Of breed and renown, this cru’s wines can age in the style of some of Burgundy’s greatest Pinot Noirs.
The Latour family has owned a portion of Romanée-Saint-Vivant since 1898.
Classified as Grand Cru since 1937, the appellation of Corton 'Clos du Roi' has existed since the 15th century, when the King of France would stock his personal cellar with these fine wines from Corton.
La Chanfleure is an old word used synonymously with "tâte-vin", it is actually the pipette used by the cellarmen to take some wine from the barrel to taste it during the vinification.
Aloxe-Corton is the native village of the Latour family who have been intimately involved in the affairs of the commune for over three centuries.