Dating from the 18th century, Château de Chamirey has been owned by the Devillard family for three generations. A benchmark among fine Burgundy wines, the estate reigns over a 37-hectare vineyard that is poised in the heart of the Mercurey appellation.
The 2019 "Clos de la Maladière" by Château de Chamirey is a Mercurey wine that stems from a 1.36-hectare vineyard made up of 3 parcels. This terroir is unique in that it faces south to north on a slightly sloping plot. The vines were planted between 1959 and 1979 on a clay-limestone soil with small pebbles.
Vinification and ageing
Harvested and sorted by hand, the grapes are completely destemmed. Vinification in vats. Cold pre-fermentation maceration for 4 to 5 days. Alcoholic fermentation. Aged for 11 months 100% in oak barrels (25% of which are new) and then for 2 months in vats.
Pinot Noir (100%).
A beautiful ruby colour.
A fruity nose with blackcurrant fragrances.
Powerful on the palate, this Burgundy wine seduces with its perfectly integrated woody notes.
Food and wine pairing
This red wine will complement beef bourguignon.
For an optimal tasting, serve between 13 and 14°C.
This Mercurey "Clos de la Maladière" 2019 by Château de Chamirey can be cellared until around 2029.