Clothed in a deep garnet robe, it gives off intense aromas of black currant and raspberry. These aromas form a whole with the full mouth, this is a harmonious combination of terroir and limestone which impart finesse.
Notes of fresh raspberry on the nose. Lovely fruitiness on the palate with a crunchy feel, flesh and volume. Maturing: there is no addition of sulphur during vat maturing. The wine is the racked (drawn from the vat) with no aeration and bottled with no use of sulphur. Closure is with an organic cork.
It's light in body with good flavour, not too weak like some wines from this area. Slightly floral, with wild strawberries & red cherry which make for a deliciously aromatic & satisfying wine. This Chiroubles is great to drink slightly chilled on a hot day. Didier Desvignes Chiroubles Review by Adam (aka @boozydude)
This Fleurie (vines on pink granite) is made with eight to ten days maceration. A lovely nose of violets greets you, whilst in the mouth pure finesse and suppleness. This would flow throughout the meal with bird of any feather- roast partridge stuffed with herbs might be one choice.
We can't get enough of this wine. It is a fabulous vibrant magenta in colour, and has an almost mouth-watering aroma of strawberry sherbert bon bons, flowers and wild red fruits. It is light in body with good flavour, not too weak like some wines from this area. Slightly floral, with wild strawberries and red cherry which combined make for a...