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This Côte Rôtie is the old classic cuvée produced until 2007, it was just renamed after the village of Ampuis in the Gallo-Roman period. It is a blend of 13 lieux-dits other than Landonne and Côte Blonde (the Côte Rôtie appellation includes over 50) located throughout the vineyard. Yields of 30-35 hl/ha.
The grapes are partially destemmed and the vatting period is long (1 month). In addition, the estate is not afraid to raise the temperature during vinification (up to 33-34°C). The wine is aged in barrels for 24 months, but without new wood.
Suggestions for accompaniment
Pithivier of duck with foie gras - Entrecote of deer - Roast partridge or pheasant.
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