Charmes-Chambertin Grand Cru 2013

Ages of the vines

85 years




Marl, iron and stones

Tasting notes

Dress cherry burlat brilliant.
A nose of red berries and blacks with an aromatic dynamics of pepper. A fine touch of sandalwood.
The mouth is rich and fat with present and very slightly aggressive tannins which expect a beautiful potential of guard.

Veal filet mignon in the flower of light tobacco

Wine Making

Grapes are manually collected, sorted out, and converted into wine with 80 % in whole grape harvests. During 17 days of vatting, between pigeages 5 - 7 in feet are practised, as well as reassemblies. After the pressing, wines are cleaned out during 2 weeks and put in barrels. The breeding is made for 40 % in new barrels and 60 % in barrels of 1, 2, 3 years. After 14 months of breeding wines are taken away in tank during 3 months and bottled without filtration and sticking.

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