M. Chapoutier

+33 4 75 08 28 65 18, avenue Dr Paul Durand B.P 38
Tain Cedex, 26601
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The name CHAPOUTIER is present in the Rhône Valley since 1808. In 1879, the distant ancestor Polydor CHAPOUTIER was the first to begin to buy vines, thus moving from the status of wine-grower of an estate to that of a viticulturist, a wine producer and a businessman. The pioneering spirit was already present in the family. – Description from JelaDragoljevic

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  • Marsanne

    Avilleran, Champagne Piacentina, Ermitage, Grosse Roussette, Hermitage, Johannisberg, Marsan Belyi, Marsanne Blanche,...

  • Muscat

    History of the grape: Muscat existed as far back as the Ancient Greeks. It spread throughout the world as empires gre...

  • Viognier

    History of the grape: Viognier is thought to be an indigenous grape of Croatia that was brought to the Rhone in Franc...

  • Ruché

    Controllata (DOC) status by presidential decree on October 22, 1987. The current DOC recognized area of production fo...

  • Syrah

    The irony here is that Syrah’s origins could give Carmen Sandiego a run for her international wallet. Syrah’s deepest...

  • Grenache

    You’re a member of the ‘Rhône Ranger’ band. Your groupies think you’re ‘hot’, even when you're boozy and "strung out"...

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  • M. Chapoutier Cotes du Rhone Belleruche 2013

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    Well balanced but lacked the complexity I look for in a good CdR. Read More

    Wine review by RandyFisher


  • M. Chapoutier Bila-Haut Blanc 2014

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    This most recent edition of the Bila Haut (Chapoutier) Cotes du Rousillon Blanc is full of tropical fruit and garden flowers (generally speaking) and is juicy, citric, and pear-like on the palate. This is a very good white from southern France and excellent value. For example, you will not find a Bordeaux or Bourgogne Blanc anywhere near this ... Read More

    Wine review by zufrieden


  • Joe, I've found these producers make very good every day inexpensive wines that I'll buy on a routine basis.Michel GassierChateau Ste. MichelleM. ChapoutierA to Z Wineworks Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best wines for under $20


  • Hi everybody I'm a small store owner at the edge of the rust belt, my customers rarely spend over $20 for a bottle, and I am looking to improve my selection a bit beyond what is here now. If you have a minute to help a guy out let me know what you think are the best wines that usually sell for $20 or less. Thanks ! Read More

    Forum post in the topic Best wines for under $20


  • Hello wine lovers. Im a newby. I find that I love a Mendoza Malbec  like its oxygen and Nineteen Crimes cab is to die for ( althouth not in the way some of the criminals may have in route to australia) . I also am enjoying some less complex but well balanced red blends like Apothic. My favorite malbec so far is Alamos and Cigar Box is pretty nic... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hello Snooth!


  • M. Chapoutier Cotes du Roussillon Villages les Vignes de Bila-Haut Blanc 2013

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    a wonderful cuvee while not overtly expressive, it is discreetly impressive. Read More

    Wine review by Pickit4flavor


  • Can anyone help me figure out the difference between the Dave Phinney (Orin Swift) Locations F1, F2 and F3 wines. I tried one that was listed as a 2011 vintage. I did not see the bottle and don't know which to look for. Do the 1, 2 and 3 correspond to vintage? Any clarification is appreciated.  Read More

    Forum post in the topic Locations F1 vs F2 vs F3


  • M Chapoutier-Bellerouche Rose 2010

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    No written review

    Wine review by smuratore


  • M. Chapoutier Côtes du Roussillon Villages les Vignes de Bila-Haut 2011

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    a very smooth and inviting wine that just caresses the palate with pleasant subtle flavor. Read More

    Wine review by Pickit4flavor


  • Wine is not the first pairing that comes to mind when you’re talking about Brazilian cuisine. Coffee, fruit drinks, cachaça, and beer are all more traditional and have longer histories with the food. Portugal has a long history of wine production, but the first settlers in the 1500s found the northern regions near the equator too hot and too wet... Read More

    From the article Brazilian Cuisine is Begging for Wine


  • See Michel Chapoutier (M. Chapoutier) in our Meet-the-Winemaker video series(#33): www.debramasterofwine.com

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