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2014 Château de Béru "Clos de Béru" Monopole, Chablis, France 1.5L MAG

2014 Château de Béru "Clos de Béru" Monopole, Chablis, France 1.5L MAG

$254.99

  • 2014 Château de Béru "Clos de Béru" Monopole, Chablis, France 1.5L MAG
    • 2014 Château de Béru "Clos de Béru" Monopole, Chablis, France 1.5L MAG

    2014 Château de Béru "Clos de Béru" Monopole, Chablis, France 1.5L MAG

    $254.99 Excl. tax

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    The Béru family has owned the historical Château de Béru domain for 400 years. Until the philloxera crisis, when all the vines were uprooted, at the beginning of the 20th century, the domain used to rely solely on the wine for its revenues. It was only in 1987, that the Comte Éric de Béru, out of passion for wine, undertook to replant the entire vineyard, and in particular, the famous Clos Béru.

    His wife, Laurence and their daughter Athénaïs are now running the domain. They have invested considerable means to improve the production quality and give a fresh start to the domain. These tremendous efforts and the choice to adopt organic farming are beginning to bear fruits, and are noticeable in the vintages that have been vinified by Athénais and her team since 2004.

    Terroir: parcel delimited by the monks in the 13th century. Soil is a mix of clay and limestone sprinkled with fossilized oyster shells (from Kimmeridgien era)

    Average age of vines: 35 to 40 years old

    Vinification: Grapes are hand harvested. Natural fermentation (with indigenous yeasts), 100% Malolactic fermentation. Ageing for 30 months in foudres and demi-muids. No filtration, no fining. Max 2g/L of sulphites added at the bottling.
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