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Chateau Cambon Beaujolais 2016 1500ml

Chateau Cambon Beaujolais 2016 1500ml

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Tasting Notes

This organic, natural Beaujolais is made from 80 year old vines sourced from vineyards located between Morgon and Fleurie. A touch rustic, wild forest berries, bright red cherries and leather. It is juicy, fresh and has depth and texture from the old gamay vines. - Gaby F

Joseph Chamonard was probably the least-known of Beaujolais' Gang of Five (Yes, Kermit Lynch dubbed them the 'Gang of Four " but left out Chamonard, which doubtless explains his low profile). Along with Marcel Lapierre, Guy Breton, Jean-Paul Thévenet, and Jean Foillard, he helped show that there was far more to Beaujolais than Nouveau. For many years, he produced world-class Morgon from his 10-acre estate in Corcelette, just a short drive northwest of the town of Villié-Morgon. Chamonard's daughter Genevieve married Jean-Claude Chanudet, himself a proponent of minimal-intervention winemaking, and in 1990, after Chamonard's death, they took over management of the estate. In 1998, the property was renamed 'Domaine Chanudet. "Chanudet, like his late father-in-law, has never bothered to obtain 'biologique " certification. Nonetheless, he operates his vineyard organically, picks later than most of his neighbors, relies only in part on the typical carbonic maceration technique, and uses indigenous yeasts to start his conventional fermentation. He makes minimal use of sulfur. - Importer Note

Product Type Wine Red Gamay & Beaujolais
Volume 1500ml
Country France
Region Beaujolais
Winemaking Practices Natural
Vineyard Practices Organic/Biodynamic