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Léognan, France

Domaine de Chevalier

102 Chemin de Mignoy, 33850 Léognan, FranceGoogle Maps

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“The way the grapes are picked illustrates the winegrowing team’s quest for perfection at Domaine de Chevalier.

No other estate takes greater care during sorting. Visitors never fail to be surprised by the paradoxical sight of so many rejected grapes lying on the ground at vintage time…”

“A constantly improving understanding of the terroir and a precise assessment of ripeness (always within the context of the vintage year) make it possible to anticipate, make the right choices, and limit risks. It is hard to describe the intensity of the vintage at Domaine de Chevalier, with its accompanying anxiety and numerous trips through the vineyard.

Vintage time calls for total commitment, with constant mental concentration and physical activity. A successful wine depends on the effort that has been made during the vintage, and the taking of measured risks – keeping in mind that everything happens very quickly. For example, waiting three extra days for certain plots of Cabernet to ripen further can be a key factor in quality.”

Domaine de Chevalier

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