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Savigny-Lès-Beaune Les Lavières 1er Cru, Chandon de Briailles - 2022

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Let's get straight to the point: this is the sexiest, most seductive wine on the estate! It has a sublime nose of citrus fruit and pepper, almost flirting with the greatest Fleuries of the Beaujolais in terms of seduction. A broad, silky attack for a sparkling, salivating wine with a brilliant finish. A vintage of energy.
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Viticulture

Surface area: 2.61 ha. Date vines planted: 1954. Orientation: South-South/East. Mid-slope, predominantly limestone (Lavières comes from the word lava, which in this case is not volcanic, but was the term used in the past to describe the flat limestone used to cover roofs). It is these famous stones that we find here. The vines are over 50 years old, in the finest part of the AOC.

Suggestions for accompaniment

Roast pigeon - Bresse duck with cherries - Sautéed sweetbreads.

Domain

Domaine Chandon de Briailles is owned by the Count and Countess Aymard-Claude de Nicolay and their children. The Comte inherited it from his grandmother, the Comtesse Chandon de Briailles, who was herself related to the famous Moët et Chandon champagne house. Situated four kilometres from Beaune, it is in the northern part of the Côte de Beaune, in Savigny-lès-Beaune. It covers 13.7 hectares, divided equally between the communes of Savigny, Pernand-Vergelesses and Aloxe-Corton.

In the family since 1834, Domaine Chandon de Briailles was taken over in 1982 by Nadine de Nicolay. With a great deal of hard work, she was able to restore the estate to its former glory. Today, her children, Claude and François de Nicolay, run the estate together. Each with very different backgrounds, they share the same passion: vines and wine. At the helm since 2001, their complementary skills are a major asset. Born in 1967, Claude studied viticulture in Beaune and oenology in Dijon. After graduating as a technical oenologist, she took part in winemaking courses in Oregon (1992) and New Zealand (1994). She joined the estate in 1991 and set up her own oenology laboratory to monitor the analysis of the wines. Born in 1970, François is a graduate of the Ecole Supérieure de Commerce. After a number of commercial experiences in Spain, the USA and Hong Kong, he undertook a winemaking internship...

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