The geology of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti is more nutritious than other Grand Cru vineyards, yet it has only 1.8 hectares of land. In addition, they adopt the practice of removing turnips and saving greens, removing less than ideal grapes, and focusing on cultivating healthy and firm fruits. Under such severe competition, the exclusive grapes of Domaine de la Romanee-Conti were born. These vibrant grapes that absorb the essence of the sun and the moon can be said to be very few. As a result, only 5,000 to 6,000 bottles of this wine are produced a year.
La Tâche's vineyard and the Romanee Conti vineyard are very close, and in 1890, the vines of La Tâche were attacked by root nodule budworms and had to be completely uprooted; The vines of Romanee Conti were transplanted to this park and replanted. Later, the Romanee Conti garden was damaged, and the saplings of La Tâche were transplanted in the same way.
With such a "great relationship" and the same business philosophy and management brewing method, it is no wonder that many wine lovers choose La Tâche to experience the flavor of the wine king.
DRC wines are usually known for being thick, complex, and surprisingly capable, but more often than not, it is the rarity and mystery in them that makes people want to find out.