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Château Chênaie Conviction Rouge

FOOD & WINE Wine Club Château Chênaie Conviction Rouge FOOD & WINE Wine Club Château Chênaie Conviction Rouge
Winery Château Chenaie
Grape Red Blend
Year 2009
Country France
Appellation Faugères

$15.00 per bottle

Member Price: $13.50
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Old vines, hand-picked grapes and meticulous winemaking give this spicy southern French red intensity and polish.
What You Need To Know
Under fifth-generation winemaker Eric Chabbert and his brother Cyril, Château Chênaie is gaining a reputation as one of the most ambitious family wineries in Faugères, an up-and-coming wine district on France’s Mediterranean coast, near Montpellier. The outlines of the Faugères district follow the limits of an outcrop of schist pushed up to the earth’s surface millions of years ago. These lean soils limit vine yields and result in concentrated, flavorful grapes. Chabbert creates this plump, entry-level red blend from fruit grown nearly a thousand feet above sea level, where cooling breezes helped keep grapes from getting too sweetly ripe.
Smell It
Smell It
Fragrant, herb-edged black fruits.
Taste It
Taste It
Layers of velvety baked plum, cherry and spice tones.
Serve It
Serve It
Cellar temperature—the bottle should be cool to the touch.
Pair It
Pair It
Stews, sausages, roasts, chops and ragouts of red or white meats.