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Chateau de Javernand Chiroubles Indigene 2019

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750ML / 0% ABV
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750ML / 0% ABV

Winemaker Notes

This wine offers notes of fresh red fruits, raspberry, cherry and strawberry and cranberry. Very round, fruity and fresh on the palate with a nice minerality. A lot of primary fruits. Enjoy chilled.

Cuvee Indigene is the result of manual farming respectful of the land and the people. Chateau de Javernand implements sustainable practices in their vineyard, followed in the cellar by natural winemaking without additives using only native yeasts and fermentation.

The wine is not filtered. Decanting is recommended to fully appreciate.

Organically grown

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James Suckling
Deep and complex, floral and savory nose, then a suave and very elegant, medium-bodied palate with so many red-fruit nuances and plenty of mineral freshness driving the very long finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold.
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Chateau de Javernand, France
Founded in 1917, Chateau de Javernand consists of a beautiful 18th century Château and almost 50 hectares of vines, located in the heights of Chiroubles, offering a wonderful view of the Saône valley. Arthur Fourneau and his good friend, Pierre Prost, produce benchmark Chiroubles from top quality vineyards, planted on poor, sandy, granite slopes, situated on what is arguably this cru's finest terroir. Arthur's great grandfather, Auguste Faye, a wine merchant from Macon, bought Javernand in 1917, after visiting and falling in love with the Château and the surrounding property. Arthur, the fifth generation, and Pierre were both sons of winemakers who met in engineering school in Lyon. They became fast friends and Pierre wound up marrying Arthur’s cousin, Mathilde, and joined the estate in 2011. They now produce four cuvees of Chrioubles and one white Macon 6.5 ha of vines currently in organic conversion and agro-ecology (planting trees). The entire property consists of another 20 ha of woods and 15 ha of fields. Chiroubles, the highest altitude of all the Beaujolais crus, produces some of the lightest yet most refreshing wines in Beaujolais. The poor, sandy, granitic soils are very similar to neighboring Fleurie yet the higher elevation has historically produced wines that are leaner in style. Recent vintages have produced wines with more depth whilst maintaining their freshness. Javernand’s are no exception, with ripe, intense aromas medium-rich textures, and elegant finishes.
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