Château de La Chaize

Lieu-dit "BRULHIÉ"

Terroir

0.5 hectares of vines on a steeply-sloped small parcel on the southern slope of Mont Brouilly.
The vines grow between 400 and 425 metres altitude, with an average slope of 28% and full southern exposure.
Soil is composed of Brouilly Diorite (andesite) also known as “Bluestone”.

Wine making

Vinification : parcel based, 10% whole clusters, 90% destemmed, pump overs and punch down

Yeast type: natural

Duration of vatting: 14 days.

Tasting

Color: Dark and intense violin.

Nose: Black fruits, cherries, spices. Mineral intensity, graphite.

Palate: Frank and ample attack. Explosion of finely spiced black fruits. Powerful aromatic, complexity and length.

NOTES

92/100 - Wine Advocate

92/100 - Wine Enthusiast

92/100 - J. Suckling

93/100 - Guide Vert - Revue du Vin de France

2 étoiles/Coup de coeur - Guide Hachette

Lieu-dit "BRULHIÉ"
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