|Grape Variety||Pinot Noir|
|Region||Burgundy, Côte de Nuits|
|Producer||Domaine Dominique Gallois|
Established in Gevrey-Chambertin in 1901 by Guillaume Bizot, grew-grand-father of Dominique Gallois, the domaine has been fragmented by successions, and Charlotte, Dominique's grand-mother, inherits 2.5 ha.Her son Jean works during 40 years, and passes over to Dominique in 1989. Initially oriented to trading, Dominique begins producing for consumers, and made him a solid reputation. Dominique Gallois has great respect to the terroirs he exploits under reasoned agriculture principles.
The Charmes-Chambertin is a dry red wine, coming from a terroir which benefits from an oceanic to semi-continental climate influence on limestone and marl soils.
This wine has a dark ruby, deep color. The bouquet on the nose is fine and delicate, very complex; before aeration, it opens with delicate notes of red and black fruits such as gooseberry, raspberry and blackcurrant, spicy aromas stand out clearly and spikes of violet and pink. Over time, musk notes, roasted coffee beans, licorice, and vanilla appear. The attack is fresh, the wine is dense, but full of sweetness, and ends on a both long and intense final note.
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