Domaine Emile Cheysson Chiroubles 2006
Tasting Notes :Red wine from Gamay grape wine in a traditional manner, the Chiroubles is a cru Beaujolais that can be drunk young but whose qualities thrive in aging 3 to 5 years.It is a wine that is both tender, love and elegant. Under his robe with a bright red mingled aromas of red berries and violets.Fine and very fruity, this is the most typical cru Beaujolais.Easy to marry, this wine will keep you company until the beginning of the meal cheese.
The vines for the most widespread of the Beaujolais Crus form a skirt around the foot of Mont Brouilly, a hill topped with an exquisite chapel. It is not surprising then, to see the contents of your glass undulate in soft waves in the image of the hills that this wine calls home. Deep ruby robe, the nose is of red fruit, plum and peach, backed up by mineral notes. The southernmost of the Beaujolais Crus is colourful, firm and full-bodied.
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