Domaine Chapel Fleurie Charbonnieres 2020



Country: France
Region: Beaujolais
Variety: Gamay
Terroir: vines over forty years of age; elevation 400 meters; west/southwest exposure; pink granite soil (sand and stones)
Winemaking: 100% destemmed; aged for around 15 months in a combination of cement and a range of different sized neutral oak barrels; bottled unfined and unfiltered

"Domaine Chapel is a Beaujolais estate founded by David Chapel and Michele Smith-Chapel in the cru village of Régnié. The Chapels produced their first wine – a 2016 Juliénas
“Côte de Bessay” – in partnership with Mathieu and Camille Lapierre, winemakers and owners of acclaimed Morgon estate Domaine Lapierre.

It was back in Beaujolais, while working at Domaine Lapierre in 2013 where David met his future wife, Michele Smith, a wine director based in Brooklyn, NY. In 2015, the Chapels relocated from New York to the Beaujolais to found Domaine Chapel. Starting in 2018, in addition to Juliénas and Beaujolais-Villages, Domaine Chapel will produce two cuvées from their own 3 hectares of vineyards in the crus of Fleurie and neighboring Chiroubles." -Grand Cru Selections


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