Chateau du Champ des Treilles Grand Vin 2016

Artikelnummer: 6381

Großartiger Wein, kleines Privat-Weingut von Corinne und Jean Michel Comme, das ist der technische Direktor von Chateau Pontet Canet!

Kategorie: Champ des Treilles


15,50 €
20,67 € pro 1 l

inkl. 19% USt. , zzgl. Versand

Lieferstatus: im Wareneingang in den nächsten Tage, in Kürze lieferbar

Lieferzeit: 12 - 14 Werktage

0,75 l


- JoS, verkostet im Oktober 2018: ?Kräftiges Rubinrot mit violetten und schwarzen Reflexen,kräftige Schlierenbildung; sehr ausdruckstark, einladend, tolle, attraktive, dunkle Frucht mit Aromen von scharzen Kirschen, Schattenmorellen, Zartbitter-Schokolade, Lakritz, subtile Röstaromen, geröstete Nüsse, ein Hauch Vanille, etwas nasse Steine und schwarzer Pfeffer; reife mittlere Säure; samtige Tannine mit einem ganz zart angerauten Kern mit einer winzigen bitteren Note, die bereichernd erscheint, weich und sehr angenehm, dunkle Mineralität, kraftvoll, druckvoll, komplex, pur, präzise und reintönig, herrlicher Ausdruck, strukturiert und sehr balanciert, es bleibt ein angenehmes Mundgefühl, langer Abgang. Vor dem Genuß Dekantieren. Für mich am besten aus dem Zalto-Universal-Glas. Legt mit Luft weiter zu, betörender Duft, wird noch lebendiger, vielschichtiger, mundwässernder. Ein großartiger Wein, unglaublich gut zu diesem Preis!

Für mich ist das eine Neuentdeckung ? von diesem Weingut hatte ich zuvor noch nie gehört. Jean-Michel Comme ist als technischer Direktor von Chateau Pontet Canet natürlich ein Begriff."

- Notizen des Weinguts: "Each of our vines is considered as single child. They are all different. We owe them the best as well as a motherly protection in which fertilizers and pesticides have obviously no place. With trust and respect, we help them to express the personality of the place where they have grown."


Jahrgang: 2016
Produkt: Rotwein
Inhalt: 0,75 l
Land: Frankreich
Rebsorte(n): Petit Verdot Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Cabernet Franc
Region: Bordeaux
Inhalt: 0,75 l
Reben: 63 % Merlot, 20 % Cabernet Franc, 9 % Cabernet Sauvignon, 8 % Petit-Verdot
Im Weinberg: 6,5 Hektar
% vol Alk: 14,0
Notizen des Weinguts: Most Merlot. Barrel aged. Its complex and powerful nose exhales notes of fruits, liquorice, and vanilla. The full and long mouth is made with great soft tannins that provide nobility to this wine. The soils could be considered as chalky-clay. But why should we class them in one or some groups? We cannot see or hear the growth (terroir) - we have to feel it! For us, most important is not the composition of the soil but its expression in the wine. Like people, each one has its own personality, its own sensibility. Some give wines that offer themselves easily. Others need time to be understood. But when we have taken time to listen to them, they open up with a lot of sincerity and sensibility. A soil is not constant in a parcel, it changes at each step. Little by little, it becomes different when we walk along a row. The grapes produced here are different compared to those produced there. We need much love and patience in order to detect the subtleties. Sometimes several generations are necessary to understand ; with each grower transmitting his own interpretation of the growth (terroir). At least, our soils are ?in love?. Modern science tells that are full of clay. For us those soils, sticky after a rain, are a lesson of humility. We don?t decide the day where the tractor will be able to get into the parcel. Nature always keeps the upper hand. The grower has to adapt to what nature allows. Today it is too wet, tomorrow is perfect and after, it is too hard to plough the soil. No way to force those rules because we could destroy the subtle balance that makes the soil unique. Our family venture is first of all a human project. The vineyard, which is modest in size, represents the life work for my grandparents, Italians who immigrated to France in the 1920?s making wine making their livelihood. This land that we cherish so deeply provides us with what it knows best. Some of the oldest vines have seen key moments of the twentieth century: the re-plantings after the Liberation of France, the terrible freezes of the 1950?s, the ploughings before the departure for the Algerian war, the animal labour abandonment, and the surrounding landscape changing into vineyards all around. But the vines probably still also remember the maternal care given to them by my family for generations. I, too, hope the vines remember my arrival in this world. My first memories as a child are of playing with my brother on a blanket at the end of vine rows, followed by my first days of labour which were easy enough until the ultimate reward finally came and I was allowed to drive the tractor in the vineyards. One day the bell toll of the nearby church announced a new day that a new generation of our family was to take over and lay its own blanket at the end of the vineyard rows?..
Potenziell allergene Substanzen: Enthält Sulfite. Kann Spuren von Eiweiß, Gelatine und Milch enthalten.
Warnungen: Der Konsum von alkoholhaltigen Getränken während der Schwangerschaft kann selbst in geringen Mengen schwere Konsequenzen für die Gesundheit des Kindes nach sich ziehen.
Hersteller: Chateau Champ des Treilles, Le Petit Champ, F-33220 Margueron

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