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Domaine Chapel
Chiroubles 2019

Chiroubles is an assemblage of the two sites, each 1 hectare. The average age of vines in Saint Roch is 55 years, with Poullet varying between 40 and 60 years old. On pink granite and sandstone this has an enticing feral quality on the nose redolent of something earthy and cherry fruited. Intensely mineral with beautiful fruit concentration. This is a domaine to watch in the coming years.
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Chiroubles is an assemblage of the two sites, each 1 hectare. The average age of vines in Saint Roch is 55 years, with Poullet varying between 40 and 60 years old. On pink granite and sandstone this has an enticing feral quality on the nose redolent of something earthy and cherry fruited. Intensely mineral with beautiful fruit concentration. This is a domaine to watch in the coming years.

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Domaine Chapel
Beaujolais, France

Hospitality pedigree to the nth degree. Winemakers David Chapel, son of Alain Chapel (world renowned three-Michelin star chef), and sommelier in his own right, and former Per Se sommelier Michele Smith met in Beaujolais, where Michele was visiting and David was working with the Lapierres for a summer. Where love blossomed they set roots, farming a few parcels in Fleurie, Chiroubles, and Julienas.

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