Chapelle 1441 - 2017 - Jean Louis Trapet
A profound nose with mineral notes, aromas of blackcurrant and blackberries, and hints of smoke. Delicate and vibrant, with melted tannins, this is an eminently drinkable wine. 1441 is the year of the consecration of the Saint Erhard chapel, built on the ramparts of the town of Riquewihr.
- 75 cl
- Original features
- Degree of alcohol
- 13 %
- To drink from
- 2022 to 2025
100% Pinot Noir from vines cultivated biodynamically by Andrée Trapet, who looks after the plots in Alsace. It is made from a selection of fine Pinot Noir planted in the Froehn Grand Cru (in the commune of Zellenberg), and from the estate’s best plots in the commune of Riquewihr. The vinification is natural and without additives, with a long maceration, maturation without intervention, and zero added sulphur.
Jean-Louis Trapet is part of an extremely select circle of the 10 greatest vignerons of the Côte de Nuits. His family estate, founded by his great-grandfather in 1870, is composed of around 15 hectares of the most beautiful vine parcels around Gevrey. With his wife Andrée, the couple also runs an estate in Alsace, with 6 hectares near Riquewihr. Jean-Louis is a vigneron who respects his...All wines
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