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  • Wine Domaine Chanson Savigny- Dominode 1er Cru 2021

Domaine Chanson Savigny- Dominode 1er Cru 2021

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Dark ruby color. Intense aromas of blueberries and elderberries. Well-structured and dense. The tannins are quite present and give an idea of the excellent aging capability of this wine. Long finish.

Chanson has extensive holdings of over 111 acres of exclusively Premier and Grand Cru vineyards in the heart of Burgundy. Both the estate holdings and contracted grower vineyards are 100% hand harvested by the Chanson team to tightly control picking time and grape selection. Chanson is obsessed with maintaining a consistent quality level across the entire range. The regional and village wines are produced with the same precision and care as the Premier and Grand Crus.

Soil: Marl, chalk and limestone
Savigny is a modest little village in the Cote de Beaune. Savigny is known for being the most divided
areas in Burgundy with its 22 Premier Cru vineyards located on one of two sides; the Pernard side
and the Mont Battois side. The Premier Cru of Dominode is the best Premier Cru of Savigny. It’s
mid-slope with great clay and limestone soil.

Variety: 100% Pinot Noir
Chanson’s approach to Villages, Premier and Grands Crus reds is characterized by minimal intervention,
emphasizing the infusion of natural elements. Grapes are vinified entirely as whole clusters to achieve a deeper color and heightened structural and aromatic complexity. The fruit is hand-selected for optimal ripeness and quality, and, to preserve its fresh fruit characteristics, promptly chilled upon arrival in a proprietary tunnel that provides rapid cooling without exposure to oxygen. The process is completed with Champagne-style fractional pressing to extract only the purest juice, followed by extended aging for 17 to 19 months in barrel, with 30% new oak used in the process.

The winter was characterized by marked variations in temperature, while the spring had summer-like
weather. A sudden and intense frost fell upon Burgundy early April and severely hit the buds that had
formed on the vine. The months that followed were a succesion of rainy and warm episodes. During
summer there were warm and humid periods and the harvest started at Chanson on September 15, under
a bright sunshine.

bourgogne / burgundy / France / red / savigny / savigny-les-beaune