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Gevrey Chambertin is a renowned village in Burgundy, known for producing long-lasting, robust wines. This wine features a pale crimson color and a ruby edge, with hints of dried strawberry fruit. The taste is precise and clean, with a long finish. Its deep, muscular body is often complemented by notes of dark fruits, dried herbs, spices, and subtle gaminess. Enjoy from 2029 and beyond.

 

Charles Magnien is part of Burgundy’s new generation of great winemakers. In 2012 Charles took over the estate Domaine Henri Magnien. The family has been growing grapes in Burgundy since the 1600’s, over 42 small plots, mostly in the famous village of Gevrey-Chambertin. The new generation of Burgundy is leaning into organic and biodynamic vineyard practices. They are dedicated to reviving the soils that endured the strife of chemical farming from the previous generation.

Magnien 2022 Gevrey Chambertin Villages

SKU: 846001
Regular price $99.85
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COUNTRY: France

REGION: Burgundy

VARIETAL: Pinot Noir

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FORMAT: 750 ML

 

Gevrey Chambertin is a renowned village in Burgundy, known for producing long-lasting, robust wines. This wine features a pale crimson color and a ruby edge, with hints of dried strawberry fruit. The taste is precise and clean, with a long finish. Its deep, muscular body is often complemented by notes of dark fruits, dried herbs, spices, and subtle gaminess. Enjoy from 2029 and beyond.

 

Charles Magnien is part of Burgundy’s new generation of great winemakers. In 2012 Charles took over the estate Domaine Henri Magnien. The family has been growing grapes in Burgundy since the 1600’s, over 42 small plots, mostly in the famous village of Gevrey-Chambertin. The new generation of Burgundy is leaning into organic and biodynamic vineyard practices. They are dedicated to reviving the soils that endured the strife of chemical farming from the previous generation.