Our red Crozes-Hermitage "Les Meysonniers" comes from the vines which are at least 25 years old.
The appellation was initially applied only to the village and surrounding area of Crozes-Hermitage, on account of the notoriety won by several parcels of vineyards selected as Hermitage A.O.C. (Controlled Appellation). It is now a well known wine.
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Color rosso violaceo molto intenso.
Frutti rossi, ribes nero e lampone seguiti da aromi di viola.
Ampio e rotondo, finale di frutta cotta e vaniglia.
Ottimo con tutte le carni e pollame, arrosti di manzo, salumi e tutti i formaggi
0,75 L Standard
Le uve vengono raccolte a mano a piena maturazione.
Il terreno è costituito da una miscela di ghiaie.
Principalmente affinato in vasche di cemento per circa 12 mesi.
Questo Crozes-Hermitage è vinificato in modo tradizionale con rimontaggi in vasche di cemento.
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Name: M.Chapoutier Start-up year: 1808 Address: 18, av Dr Paul Durand - Tain Cedex (France) Web Site: www.chapoutier.com
Members of the Chapoutier family have been working in the Rhône valley since 1808. A distant ancestor, Polydor Chapoutier, was the first to buy vines here, shifting from being a simple grape grower to making and trading his own wine. The pioneering spirit was already part of the family tradition.
Michel, now in his forties, manages an exceptional Estate, a land rich in history and tradition. Passionately interested in expressing the character of the soil, Michel has found the means to give free rein to his convictions.
A new era for the winery, welcoming changes that link traditions of the past with Michels daring convictions. A matter of time. Much as with every natural element, what matters is weather and earth, roots, vines and fruit. This is the basis for all the diversity and generosity of Maison M. Chapoutier.
Biodynamics: two words adding up to an essential value: bio, as in life, and dynamics, for action.
For its own vines Maison M. Chapoutier has adopted biodynamic farming techniques. This demanding approach is backed by a genuine conviction and a fierce determination to allow the earth to live and express itself. Making AoC wines principally means giving full expression to a terroir (soil, climate, people). This process, transforming mineral potential into plant life, can only occur on a vibrant terroir, capable of transmitting its vitality and energy.