Wine Cellier des Chartreux, "Chevalier d'Anthelme" Rouge, Cotes du Rhone AOP, 2015
Reviews of purchase Cellier des Chartreux, "Chevalier d'Anthelme" Rouge, Cotes du Rhone AOP, 2015
Wine red garnet color.
The taste of wine is balanced, rounded, with notes of candied fruit, spices, mint, well integrated tannins.
The wine has a pleasant aroma with notes of black fruit jam, hints of cherry, licorice and spices.
The wine goes well with sausages, grilled meat, game, poultry and cheese.
Red wine "Chevalier d'Anthelme" is made from a blend of five grape varieties - Grenache, Syrah, Carignano, Mourvedre and Senso growing in the Cotes du Rhone appellation on gravel and clay-limestone soils. After harvesting berries are traditional vinification, which includes 7-day maceration. The name of the wine in French means "Anthelme Knight." It's a great name imposes severe restrictions on the production quality of the wine.
Wine "Chevalier d'Antelm" Rouge has won a number of gold and silver medals.
Back in 1587 the peasants of neighboring villages and Rochefort Puzho began to drain the pond, located in Puzho, and a quarter of a century, in 1612, the work was completed. Peasants opened wide valley with excellent fertile land. During the reign of King Henry IV, these lands were divided between the monks of the abbey Cartesians St.Andreas in Villeneuve-les-Avignon and peasants village Puzho. In those days, the Cartesians were representatives of one of the most influential and wealthy Orders and up to 1789 successfully developed a culture of winemaking. After the French Revolution, these lands have been re-distributed among the peasants village of Villeneuve-les-Avignon, Sauveterre and Puzho. In 1929, the winemakers of these municipalities decided to join forces and founded the cooperative, which is now known under the name Cellier des Chartreux. At this point in the cooperative includes 70 winemakers, producing a wide range of wines from the region of the Rhone Valley, which includes as different categories of wine.