This is a consistently robust wine, deeper in colour than the Romanée St. Vivant but not necessarily as refined. The vines average 45 years old.
Roughly one-third of the holding remained in ungrafted vines until 1946, with two cuvees produced, a regular Richebourg and a version labelled Richebourgs Vieux Cépages. When these vines were grubbed up and replanted after the Second World War, cuttings were taken from La Romanée Conti, which was also being replanted at that time.
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