Nicknamed the "Romanee-Conti de la Champagne," La Cote aux Enfants makes the most famous red wine from Champagne or also known as Coteaux Champenois. This vineyard has practiced organic farming since 2009, producing exceptional Pinot Noir in only the greatest vintages.
The 2013 Cote aux Enfants is a Pinot Noir wine made in the Burgundian style and aged for eight months in small oak barrels. The colour is garnet and the nose dominated by red fruits, elderberry and a bit of pepper. On the palate one can detect flavours consistent with the nose, a nice balance framed by a beautiful tannic structure. A lot of concentration and power in this rare wine. To be consumed in the next 5 years to taste more of a fruit-forward expression or to be left to age in the cellar for even more complexity.
If you want something rare, this fits the bill! An excellent wine gift!