2019 Domaine Des Lambrays "Clos des Lambrays" Grand Cru, Burgundy, France

Aromas that range from high-toned red fruits to ripe, plummy black fruit, all touched with spice, and a suggestion of wild herbs and fresh flowers. The palate is concentrated but not heavy, and there is a charming, silky aspect to it so, despite the tannin and density, the overall impression is one of finesse and elegance.



Originated from the almost monopoly of the estate within the Grand Cru, the Clos des Lambrays by Domaine des Lambrays is a wide ownership, if you compared it to Bourgogne scale. The plot is far from homogeneous. Its smooth slopes offer a diversity of sun exposures that are key for the complexity of the wine. At the top, the Clos is composed mainly of marls whereas the bottom clay mixes with limestone.

Wine is being aged within the Domaine’s underground cellars in oak barrels, half of which being renewed every year. As Clos des Lambrays is the heart of the Domaine des Lambrays, this website is dedicated to it.


Despite being enclosed by a centuries-old wall of dried stones, one could spend hours exploring the grounds of the Clos des Lambrays … The Clos des Lambrays is one of the 33 Grands Crus of Bourgogne, located in one of the region’s most precious so-called “Climats”. In between Gevrey-Chambertin and Chambolle-Musigny, the village of Morey-Saint-Denis quietly produces many Grands Crus: Clos des Lambrays, Bonnes-Mares, Clos Saint Denis, Clos de la Roche, Clos de Tart. Among the Côte de Nuits, Morey-Saint-Denis is the village with the largest concentration of vines ranked as Grands Crus.

A worldwide leader in luxury goods, the LVMH Group acquired the Domaine des Lambrays in the spring of 2014, seduced by the passion, savoir-faire and commitment to quality of the Domaine’s winemaking team as well as the opportunity to own an exceptional terroir that has produced wines regarded as among the best of the Bourgogne elite. Committed to respecting the winemaking customs of Bourgogne, LVMH is dedicated to assuring the permanence of the Domaine.

"Most experts would agree that our wines are considered to be rare. We are fully committed to producing wines of extraordinary quality, wines are that appreciated."


Grape(s) Pinot Noir
Farming Sustainable