Chapelle Chambertin Grand Cru

Chapelle Chambertin Grand Cru

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Product Description

Appellation Chapelle Chambertin/ Subregion: Cote de Beaune
Vineyard Size 5.49 Ha
Color Red
Grape Varieties Pinot Noir
Vintage 2009
Bottle Size (Cl) 75
Type of Soil Clay-limestone, Marls
Vinification Hand picking in small cases

Fermentation in small containers, gentle pressing ensures optimal vinification.

Depending on the profile of the vintage, vatting lasts 15 to 20 days, then maturing is carried out for 12 to 18 months in French oak barrels, with 80 to 100% new barrels.

Type Intense and deep bouquet, Silky on the palate
Service Temp 12 to 14°C for young wines,14 to 16°C for older wines
Ideally Consuming Period Drink now - 2025
Food & Wine Pairing Red meat in sauce - Game - Venison - Full-flavoured cheeses

Strong reduction blocks the nose though there is plenty of energy and punch to the detailed, powerful and lightly mineral-driven flavors that possess both good size and solid weight, especially on the vibrant, balanced and seriously persistent finish.

Allen Meadows - Burghound : 91-94/100
Wine & Spirits : 91 Pts