Gevrey-Chambertin is Rousseau and Domaine Armand Rousseau is Gevrey-Chambertin – to a large extend, as this fabulous and legendary estate have done so much to increase the fame and fortune of the appellation.
But in all fairness Domaine Armand Rousseau also have a large Grand Cru outside the Gevrey appellation, and while it’s not as famours and acclaimed as the big Chambertins – the Clos de la Roche from Rousseau is nevertheless a magnificent wine in it’s own right.
So lets take a closer look at the Clos de la Roche of Rousseau.
Clos de la Roche .. one name several vineyards!
Clos de la Roche today consists of plots in 8 climats located on the upper northern side of Morey-Saint-Denis – see map below.
Plots from the following climats are today included in Clos de la Roche:
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