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Cornas, Les Chaillots, Domaine Allemand 2017

Red Wine from France - Rhone
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Thierry Allemand makes this cuvée from a majority of younger vines, particularly those planted on the steep Chaillots slope. This is dark and brimming with savoury, black-fruit flavours, and has a good ten to fifteen years ahead of it, developing elegance and complexity along the way.
Price: £200.00 Bottle
Price: £1,200.00 Case of 6
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Code: RH56691

Wine characteristics

  • Red Wine
  • Full-bodied
  • Syrah/Shiraz
  • 75cl
  • 2025 to 2036
  • 14% Alcohol
  • oak used but not v. noticeable
  • Cork, natural

Domaine Thierry Allemand

Domaine Thierry Allemand is a small 3-hectare estate in the northern Rhône appellation of Cornas. Production is tiny (around 1,000 cases a year) but quality is among the best in the appellation. The village is a very closely knit community where few outsiders are tolerated. Thierry Allemand is one who is, perhaps because his family was not connected to wine in any way, and he learned his craft working alongside two of the masters, Robert Michel and Noël Verset. Only gradually did he acquire some precious vines of his own. Allemand’s approach to winemaking is individual and uncompromising: late harvests, very ripe and healthy fruit, and minimal intervention. Reynardis a limited cuvée made from older vines in a sheltered vineyard site and is very ageworthy. Les Chaillots is made from younger vines and is accessible sooner than Reynaud. The wines are bottled unfiltered.

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