Chapelle Chambertin Grand Cru - 2010 - Jean Louis Trapet
A complexity that is difficult to synthesize, carried by red fruits, leather, undergrowth, truffles... Surely one of the most interesting bottles of the estate, a full, voluminous, solid and highly distinguished juice.
- 75 cl
- Original features
- Degree of alcohol
- 13 %
- To drink from
- 2023 to 2035
A cuvée of Pinot Noir from a parcel very close to the Grand Cru Clos de Bèze. Chapelle Chambertin is one of the smallest climats to be ranked a Grand Cru, with a soil of fine clay, and blocks of limestone on the ground. A parcel of just 60 ares, with vines planted in 1945 and grown organically. Manual harvest and sorting. Natural vinification, always very precise: delicate crushing of the bunches, indigenous yeasts, no additives or sulphur, transfer of the juices and wine by gravity. Long aging in barrels, and almost 10 years of maturation in bottle at the Estate.
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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