DOMAINE MICHEL REBOURGEON POMMARD ‘LA VACHE 1902’ 6 PACK
Is this the rarest wine in the world? This is a Pommard village appellation from a single vineyard called La Vache, but from a part of the vineyard planted in 1902, just after they figured out how to deal with phylloxera. Making these, at 120 years, among the oldest vines in Burgundy.
Or at least they were. The vineyard was finally uprooted last year. What can be more rare than a wine that no longer exists?
Rare. This is history. This is respect for what came before. Exceptional. You have to taste to believe.
Powerful, dense and concentrated.
Length that approaches Grand Cru.
Incredible spice and minerality with deep dark fruit.
Massive levels of explosive fruit.
Only 36 bottles available in all of the United States
of a wine made from 120 year old vines
that no longer exist...
6 PACK WITH GROUND SHIPPING INCLUDED