Gevrey-Chambertin

Village Appellation

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Generalities

There are several possible explanations regarding the origin of the name Gevrey: is it derived from the Gallic "Gibriacus" or from the combe de Lavaut, "Gaba" in Latin meaning "gorge".
The name "Gevrey” first appeared in 1219.

Vine variety: Pinot Noir
Surface area: 330 hectares of which 51 hectares extend into the village of Brochon - Altitude: 240 to 280 m
Soil: Clayey limestone containing argillaceous marls that are more ferruginous than elsewhere.

Our plot

We have 8 Gevrey-Chambertin parcels situated in the following lieux-dits: En Combe, En Champs, En Vignes Belles, Croix des Champs, En Jouise, En Pallud, Aux Mairchais and Aux Epointures. The surface area of our Gevrey-Chambertin parcels amounts to 4 hectares.

Our Gevrey-Chambertin

Our Gevrey-Chambertin is matured in oak barrels previously used for one wine made from wood from the Allier and Nivernais regions, with medium to medium-plus toasts.
With a fine colour and visual aspect and good texture, on the palate the Gevrey-Chambertin leaves a sensation of freshness with a delicate body and slight woody hints. Its tannins are melted in a tender and silky texture that highlight its aromatic refinement and subtlety.
Serving temperature: between 16° and 18°C
Matching food: the Gevrey-Chambertin can be enjoyed with Burgundy "en meurette" dishes, a leg of mutton, boeuf bourguignon or game terrines.

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