As the name suggests, these are ‘Grande réserve’ wines…
Late harvest wines come from the same grape varieties as those of the Grands Crus, harvested when they are overripe, frequently several weeks after the official beginning of the harvest season.
Médaille d'Argent Concours des Caves particulières
Médaille de Bronze Concours des Caves particulières
The Sélections de Grains Nobles sare obtained by successive selective picking of grapes infected with Noble Rot. The smaller volume of grapes picked brings the variety’s characteristics to the fore, producing a powerful and complex wine with an exceptionally long finish. These are true masterpieces in the making.
Guide Gilbert et Gaillard 2004
Sugar level : level 4 – sweet/dessert wines