Charles Bove

Domaine Charles Bove buys juice after tasting vintages at each property. The wines are then put into their cellars, an underground quarry abandoned after it had been used to build the Loire châteaux, where they are vinified, blended and then bottled. Domaine Charles Bove optimizes the intrinsic qualities of the different wines by blending them together in one single vat. Reserve stocks allow them to maintain a constant quality level. At the end of the bottling operation during which the wine is topped up with liqueur de tirage, the bottles, capped with metal temporary caps, are stored in the cave-like cellars. They are "laid" on "lathes", that is to say stored horizontally, with each layer separated from the previous one by a thin wooden lathe. Over a period of about 4 months, a second fermentation occurs.
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