Much sought after, Chénas, the rarest of the Beaujolais Crus, is a generous cellaring wine with a wonderfully soft mouthfeel.
The robe is ruby with garnet tints; the aromas are floral with peony at the fore. This cuvée was matured in barrels for 8 months and sets itself apart with its finesse and complexity.
|Keeping||Drink within 3 to 10 years of bottling.|
The harvest takes place in mid-September. All the grapes are picked manually as the Beaujolais semi carbonic winemaking process requires that the bunches be whole. Pressing is after 10 days of vatting.
Malo-lactic fermentation and maturing take place in oak barrels (215 L) for 4 or 5 months.
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