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Côte de Beaune-Villages

  • RegionCôte de Beaune
  • VillageCôte de Beaune-Villages
  • AppellationCôte de Beaune-Villages
  • Grape varietyPinot Noir
The Vine
  • Average vine age 25 years
  • SoilClay and limestone
  • Average yield50 hl/ha
  • HarvestHand picked
Wine tips
  • Cellaring Potential3-5 years
  • Serving temperature 14-15°
  • The Côte de Beaune-Villages appellation is applied exclusively to red wines from 16 communes in the Côte de Beaune including Saint-Aubin, Pernand-Vergelesses and Auxey-Duresses. Maison Louis Latour carefully selects the grapes that are most representative of the appellation to produce this wine.
Vinification & Ageing
  • Fermentation
    Traditional in open vats
  • Ageing
    10 to 12 months ageing in stainless steel vats and oak barrels
  • Barrels
    Louis Latour cooperage, French oak, medium toasted
Wine tasting
  • Tasting Note
    This Côte-de-Beaune-Villages has an intense red colour and shows earthy aromas of cherry and liquorice. A powerful wine with structure in the mouth
  • Food Pairing
    Grilled meat - charcuterie - meat terrine - cheese

Press review
    • Côtes de Beaune-Villages 2013 - Western Mail - July 2016 - "It will certainly hit the spot"

      The Louis Latour Cotes de Beaune Villages 2013 will certainly hit the spot. With an elegant bouquet of spicy red fruits showing a little earthiness. The fruit has a crunchy freshness on the palate with soft raspberry tones mingling with weightier red cherry fruit. A silky smooth Burgundy from a fine negociant. By  Neil Cammies (UK)

    • Côte de Beaune-Villages 2013 - Jewish Telegraph - December 2015 - "Perfect pinot noir"

      Louis Latour Cote de Beaune-Villages 2013 will pair with almost anything, including cheese. You'll spot cherry and blackcurrant lurking quite noticeably in this perfect pinot noir - £21 Spirited Wines. By Paul Harris (UK)

    • Côte de Beaune-Villages 2013 - Profile Magazine - December 2015 - "Lovely weekend treat"

      A ruby red pinot noir that benefits from a little airing in a decanter to achieve its full glory. Cheery and blackcurrant flavours dominate both nose and mouth in this lovely weekend treat. By Ellen Beardmore (UK)

    • Côte de Beaune-Villages 2009 - Chris Kissack - January 2011 - 14.5-15/20Less depth of colour than the rather vibrant and appealing Santenay tasted alongside. Nevertheless there is a bright youthfulness here. Rather more solid style on the nose, more like fraise des bois here, littered with cherry skins and blackcurrant leaf. A touch angular on the palate, rather spiky too, but the fruit quality is fresh and the presence of the wine in the mouth is lively and appealing. A good effort. (UK)
    • Côte de Beaune-Villages 2004 - The Guernsey Press and Star - 6th June 2009 - "A well-made wine"From a famous Burgundian merchant who makes wines from all over the region, this has a fragant perfume with juicy raspberry and strawberry fruit, balanced with subtle oak, acidity and light tannins. A well-made wine that's typical of the house style. Goes well with most red meats, duck and regional cheeses.
    • 1996 Côte de Beaune Villages - Sunday Independent - November 2002 :Soft and warm on the palate with good light tannins and a pleasant flavourful finish. Lightish ruby in colour with hints of brick at the edges. A lighter style of Burgundy but still showing class and good varietal character.
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