"Latricière" is most certainly a contraction of La tricière which in old Burgundian dialect, means a land unfit for cultivation that has little value! Yet the Middle Age, it was called "Petite Merveille" as climate produced very good wines... Anyway, if no one really knows when the Clos was created, it already existed in 1508. It overlooks the Grand Cru "Mazoyères" and is a continuation of the "Chambertin".
This plot of "Latricières" is facing East, culminating at 280 meters. The microclimate here is a little warmer, despite a cold effect caused by the presence of Combe Grisard. The floor consists of a thin layer of silica. The subsoil is composed of Oolitic limestone. The soil has hard rock outcrops.
This wine can be enjoyed with a boar with morels for example.
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