On the nose, there are cherry and vanilla aromas; the mouth has silky tannins with red fruits flavors, cocoa and a long grilled finish. Better to use a decanter with red meats, grilled poultry and cheeses.
|70% Pinot Noir 30% Gamay
|Type of soil
|Clay and flint
Started in 1931, the wine cooperative of the Winemakers of Mont Prés Chambord is situated in the heart of the Cheverny Appellation, between the Loire river and the Sologne, near the prestigious castles of Blois, Chambord and Cheverny. The cooperative does the harvest and the winemaking of its 21 members on 155 hectares of vines. It sells around 500 000 bottles every year and is today the first producer of Cheverny wines.