The name of this climat comes is derived from ‘Laurent’, the name of a landowner in this valley: ‘la vallée au Laurent’. ‘Vaulorent’ does not appear in the land registry. This Premier Cru is officially composed of the following lieux-dits: ‘Les Quatre Chemins’, ‘Les Couvertes’ and ‘La ferme de Couverte’. It is a sub-climat of ‘Fourchaume’ and could be considered as the 8th Grand Cru.
Bright, clear hue with greenish reections. The complex nose offers delicate aromas of fresh pear combined with toasty and smoky notes. The palate is well-structured with good freshness and a wonderful salinity. This wine’s distinctive minerality and lively character linger on the finish.
10°C to 13°C