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Domaine Chanson Beaune Teurons 1er Cru Rouge - Burgundy

Domaine Chanson Beaune Teurons 1er Cru Rouge 2019 - Burgundy

Vintage: 2019 | Type: Reds | Producer: Maison Chanson
Region: France
Blend: 100% Pinot Noir
Alc: 13.5%
Closure: Cork
Bottle size: 750ml

$125.00: stocktake sale per bottle
$750.00: per case of 6
$155.00: reg price

Maximum buy quantity no greater than 4 bottles.

Soil : Mix of limestone and clay. Site : In the heart of the Premier Cru vineyards of Domaine Chanson, this plot covers 4 hectares in the center of the Beaune territory. Bright ruby colour; Intense Intense aromas of ripe red berries (cherries) mixed with leather, spices and underwood notes. Delicate and well-integrated oak note. Complex and well-balanced. Very pure fruit. Long and generous finish
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Our notes

This is a fantastic Beaune 1er Cru and seriously good value. 


Producers notes

Maison Chanson Père et Fils is one of the oldest ‘houses’ of Beaune and also one of the larger owners of Beaune premier cru vineyards; no less than 25.3 hectares from only 9 crus – they are large parcels!

Today’s house of Chanson was established as Maison Verry by Simon Verry in 1750 and at the time didn’t just sell wine; regional items such as cheese and grapevines were also part of the portfolio – mostly for export. Simon had been active at a much earlier date, but it was 1750 when he acquired his merchant licence. The business progressed to the point where, in 1777, they were able to buy the cellars they still occupy in the Rue Paul Chanson from the Marquis de Savigny. They were also able to rent the publicly owned large round bastion (Bastion de l’Oratoire) that you can easily see if walk around the périphique of Beaune, a massive defensive work whose construction started in the 15th century but was not completed until the 16th – by 1790 the business already cellared 100,000 bottles in the bastion and the Beaune cellars. During the Revolution it was not just vineyards that were sold as ‘bien nationale’ or for the ‘good of the country’, the bastion was also put up for sale and was acquired in 1794 by Chanson.

It appears the bastion with its 8 metre thick walls wasn’t massive enough, so Alexis Chanson (the Chansons had been brought in to manage the business) decided in the 1820s to add two new (upper) floors to house casks and young wines. In 1847 the Verry family sold their shares in the business to Alexis, bringing with them the family vineyards they already owned in Beaune. Whilst times were hard during the phylloxera crisis, the Chanson reserves were sufficient that they could by additional plots of Beaune as the land prices plummeted – it was a still a gamble on their part, as phylloxera was not definitively beaten…

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