Old-vine cabernet franc grown in chalk and limestone soil, distinguished by dark fruit flavors, pine forest aromas, soft tannins, complexity, delicacy, and remarkable persistence.
From a vineyard with clay and limestone soil, a juicy Chinon with meaty and plum flavors, touches of mint, and a mineral core.
Sixty-five-year-old vines planted in gravely soil yield a lush and alluring wine with a broad spectrum of red and dark fruit flavors balanced by generous acidity and tumbling minerals.
Mouth coating with lovely flavors of berries from the forest floor, this Chinon is rustic at the moment but will soften and open up, offering a glimpse of its future, if decanted an hour before it is served.
Delicately juicy upfront with a bone dry-finish, a terrific rosé with the gentlest imprint of cabernet franc's structure and perfume.
Transparent flavors of plum, cherries and smoke dominate this fetchingly aromatic Chinon.
Beautifully fresh with bright flavors of blackberry, black cherry, raspberry and mint, supported by silky drying tannins.
Golden hued with flavors of honey, white flowers and lanolin, the wine has persistence and a rich pleasing finish.
A supple Chinon, with dark, meaty flavors, silky texture and a gentle counterpoint of menthol.
Grown on 70-year-old vines in clay and limestone soil, this earthy Chinon with aromas of black cherry and tangerine is notable for its transparency and classic structure.