From the ancient vines of Les Charbonnières, Jérôme Chezeaux crafts a Nuits-Saint-Georges that stands as a testament to both heritage and terroir. In the glass, the wine unveils a deep, ruby-red hue, hinting at the richness within. The nose is an aromatic dance of dark berries, black cherry, and a subtle earthy undertone that whispers of the Nuits-Saint-Georges lineage. As it graces the palate, this Vieilles Vignes reveals the depth of its roots—intense flavors of blackberry, plum, and a touch of dark chocolate. The robust structure, supported by well-matured tannins, provides a canvas for the wine's complexity. The finish is enduring, leaving traces of black tea and a lingering sense of the vineyard's history. Jérôme Chezeaux's Les Charbonnières Vieilles Vignes is an opulent expression of Nuits-Saint-Georges, capturing the essence of time and terroir.
ABV % = 13