Wine Chantereves, Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru "Les Morgeots" AOC, 2018
Reviews of purchase Chantereves, Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru "Les Morgeots" AOC, 2018
Red wine of medium intensity.
The taste of wine is very intense, energetic, dry, with a pronounced minerality, tones of red fruits and berries, chocolate and cherry liqueur.
The aroma of wine is filled with hints of strawberry, hay, cherry and berry pie, nuances of cinnamon and allspice.
The wine goes well with meat dishes, pasta, risotto and cheeses.
Chantereves, Bourgogne Pinot Noir is an energetic, aromatic wine with a silky texture and an excellent price-performance ratio. The wine is made from Pinot Noir grapes planted in the 1980s in two terroirs: "Paris l'Hôpital" in O-Côte de Beaune with granite soils (68% grapes) and c plots in Puligny-Montrache with highly rich limestone (32% grapes). The whole harvest in 2015 was vinified with whole bunches. Maceration for 4 weeks takes place in oak vats. Fermentation takes place without the use of selective yeast, the wort undergoes pizhu 6 times at the end of fermentation. Extract is carried out in used oak barrels with a volume of 228 liters.
Chantereves is a fascinating enterprise, which in 2010 was created by Guillaume Bott and Tomoko Kuriyama. Prior to that, Guillaume worked at the Etienne Sauzet winery, and then more than ten years at Domaine Bize in Savigny-les-Beaune. Tomoko studied at a famous wine school in Geisenheim (Germany), after which she practiced in the best Rheingau estates.
They burst onto the world wine scene suddenly and immediately with great success. The wine critic Jansis Robinson called the wine of the week the first vintage of their Burgon Pinot Noir. Since then, the winery has begun to develop rapidly and to present in the market a masterpiece for a masterpiece. Guillaume and Tomoko built themselves a new, beautiful, modern winery in Savigny and expanded the range to include a wide range of Côte de Bonne names. Given that they did not have their own vineyards, the main task was to find high-quality fruits that they need for making wines. But the young people managed to find winegrowers who produce the "pure" grapes to which they aspired. Over time, the Shantev winery acquired its own plots, and already the 2017 vintage was made from its harvest.
In the wines of Shantev, both French and German wine-making traditions are recognized. Drinks of the company are not characterized by courage and vivid selectivity, which hits the eyes, but rather, elegance, vigor, length and subtlety, excellent vitality and a sense of harmony. The progress of each vintage is obvious, and the Shantere wines are highly valued and respected.