Chavy-Chouet's Pinot Noir is classified as humble Bourgogne Rouge, but the fruit for it comes from an excellent single-vineyard site near Pommard. Great value.
The Chavy family are well established in the Côte de Beaune, with Alain, Jean-Louis and Phillipe all making wine in and around Puligny-Montrachet. Hubert Chavy had been selling the bulk of his production to the top ...Learn more
“Domaine Chavy-Chouet's continued rise to stardom is great to watch. His Bourgogne Rouge is one of the most undervalued wines in Burgundy, hailing from a single vineyard just outside Pommard called La Taupe. Its sweet tannin and delicious red berry fruit make this wine a perfect match with Boeuf Bourguignon.”
“The 2017 Bourgogne Rouge La Taupe comes from a 70-year old parcel right under the Clos du Château de Pommard, completely de-stemmed with a soft winemaking approach, only extracting using pumpovers with no punching down. It has a pure red cherry and crushed strawberry bouquet that develops fine floral, rose petals aromas. The palate is medium-bodied with sappy red berry fruit, quite saline in the mouth with a touch of rusticity just popping up on the finish. Otherwise this is very fine.”
“Fantastic wine from a great producer. ”
A review of the 2013 vintage
“Having always liked Bourgogne as a region this wine did not falter: smooth, aromatic.”
A review of the 2012 vintage