Roty’s ancient vines. Burgundy bargains.

With possibly the greatest collection of old vines in the Côte de Nuits, the Roty family produces towering wines at every level, from Bourgogne to Grand Cru.
 
At the epicenter of this phenomenon is the domaine’s wildly overachieving Gevrey-Chambertin Champs Chenys. While classified merely as villages, Champs Chenys is wedged just beneath the grands crus Charmes-Chambertin and Mazoyères-Chambertin, producing wines far above their class.
 
Prior to 2014, the family made two wines from Champs Chenys: a regular and an old-vine cuvée. But starting in 2014, only one wine has been made, with an average vine age of 70 years, sourced from all of Roty’s Champs Chenys holdings.

Spanning Both Eras

To commemorate the transition, we’ve created a 4-bottle assortment spanning the two eras. It includes a bottle of the family's final cuvée des vieilles vignes, the great 2013. And it includes a bottle of 2015, along with two bottles of the brilliant “bridge” vintage, 2014.
 
While the 2013 was made from 79-year-old vines directly abutting-Charmes Chambertin, the average 70-year vine age for the 2014 and 2015 blends isn't far behind.
 
Consequently, this set offers a thrilling look at Roty’s genius with old vines.  If you love the sensual yet intellectual pleasure found only in fine red Burgundy, this belongs in your cellar.

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