Domaine Chanrion Cote de Brouilly 2012

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Deep and intense with crushed berries, mineral soil, this is lovely on the nose with deep fruit and bright aromatics, light on entry, good depth, t... Read more

Interesting introduction to the palate. It does not blow me away with fruit flavors, but, rather, “suggests” tart raspberry or black cherry hints.... Read more

Cherry, alcohol, red berries, spices and earth in the nose. Fruity attack but excellent balance; cherry, strawberry, and raspberry first, then nice... Read more

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Editorial Reviews for Domaine Chanrion Cote de Brouilly

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065201,956
4.50 5
Vintage: 2010 01/02/2012

Deep and intense with crushed berries, mineral soil, this is lovely on the nose with deep fruit and bright aromatics, light on entry, good depth, this is really vibrant in the mouth, juicy acids, ripe tannins, bright with a restrained fruitiness, very fruit driven but with cut and wonderful focus. A touch of blueberry, and lovely tannins that emerge on the finish and extends for a good length. 91pts


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Snooth User: EMark
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3.00 5
Vintage: 2011 08/25/2014

Interesting introduction to the palate. It does not blow me away with fruit flavors, but, rather, “suggests” tart raspberry or black cherry hints. Some tannic puckeriness. Some spice—clove/nutmeg—hints. Not terribly full-bodied at all. Not a bad sipping wine, but, actually,better with something solid.


Snooth User: strikingvisage
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3.50 5
Vintage: 2006 03/01/2009

Cherry, alcohol, red berries, spices and earth in the nose. Fruity attack but excellent balance; cherry, strawberry, and raspberry first, then nice earthy notes on a long, slow finish. Enough acidity to balance the fruit up front. Well-made and enjoyable.


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Vintage: 2009 03/25/2011

Winemaker Nicole Chanrion produces one wine only: This bold, dark-fruited, minerally, spicy, dare we say- masculine Gamay. If you’re looking for an every day sipper, this is not it. It’s complex and delicious and will shine best when enjoyed with food such as saucisson.


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3.50 5
2010 01/02/2013

Winemaker's Notes:

"When Nicole Chanrion began her career in the 1970s, convention relegated women to the enology labs and kept them out of the cellars—even her mother thought winemaking was man’s work—but she would not be deterred from her dream of becoming a vigneronne. With six generations of family tradition preceding her, she grew up helping her father in both the vineyards and the cellar in the Côte-de-Brouilly, one of the southernmost crus of the northern Beaujolais. Though she is mild-mannered and slight of build, her determination and conviction have consistently defied all doubts. Ever since taking over the family domaine in 1988, she works all 6.5 hectares entirely by herself, from pruning the vineyards and driving the tractors to winemaking and bottling, all without bravado or fanfare. In 2000 she became president of the Côte-de-Brouilly appellation, a position of respect and importance among peers. It’s small wonder then that she is affectionately referred to as “La Patronne de la Côte,” or the Boss of la Côte. The Côte-de-Brouilly appellation sits on the hillsides of Mont Brouilly, a prehistoric volcano that left blue schist stones and volcanic rock along its slopes. These stones yield structured wines with pronounced minerality and great aging potential. After her formal training at the viticultural school in Beaune Nicole had a brief internship in the Napa Valley, where she learned another approach to winemaking but, happily for us, gained a deeper appreciation of the traditional winemaking techniques of the Beaujolais: hand harvesting, whole cluster fermentation, aging the wines in large oak foudres for at least nine months, and bottling unfiltered. The resulting wines are powerful, with loads of pure fruit character and floral aromas." -Importer

"When Nicole Chanrion began her career in the 1970s, convention relegated women to the enology labs and kept them out of the cellars—even her mother thought winemaking was man’s work—but she would not be deterred from her dream of becoming a vigneronne. With six generations of family tradition preceding her, she grew up helping her father in both the vineyards and the cellar in the Côte-de-Brouilly, one of the southernmost crus of the northern Beaujolais. Though she is mild-mannered and slight of build, her determination and conviction have consistently defied all doubts. Ever since taking over the family domaine in 1988, she works all 6.5 hectares entirely by herself, from pruning the vineyards and driving the tractors to winemaking and bottling, all without bravado or fanfare. In 2000 she became president of the Côte-de-Brouilly appellation, a position of respect and importance among peers. It’s small wonder then that she is affectionately referred to as “La Patronne de la Côte,” or the Boss of la Côte. The Côte-de-Brouilly appellation sits on the hillsides of Mont Brouilly, a prehistoric volcano that left blue schist stones and volcanic rock along its slopes. These stones yield structured wines with pronounced minerality and great aging potential. After her formal training at the viticultural school in Beaune Nicole had a brief internship in the Napa Valley, where she learned another approach to winemaking but, happily for us, gained a deeper appreciation of the traditional winemaking techniques of the Beaujolais: hand harvesting, whole cluster fermentation, aging the wines in large oak foudres for at least nine months, and bottling unfiltered. The resulting wines are powerful, with loads of pure fruit character and floral aromas." -Importer

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