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Vignac Bordeaux Kosher 2015

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Country:France
Region:Bordeaux
Winery:Pierre Chavin
Grape Type:Cabernet Sauvignon
Vintage:2015
Bottle Size:750 ml
Product Description

This wine is Kosher (Mevushal).
Vignac Bordeaux Kosher is made from 60% Cabernet Sauvignon and 40% Merlot.
Red and dark fruits, peppery aromas. Elegante structure. Full bodie

Traditionnal vinification. Long maceration to extract colors and structure. 10% of the wine was aged in French Oak barrel in order to bring a little complexity and spice.

Winery: Pierre Chavin

Domaines Pierre Chavin, a thriving french winery, is present in the major terroir of the South of France. While producing unique cuvées, it is becoming a leader in the wine industry.

Date Founded: 2010

Owner: Mathilde Boulachin & Fabien Gross
Winery Philosophy: The Pierre Chavin House imagines and designs wine creations from « ready to consume » to high end « haute couture » segments, offering elegant, trendy and innovative answers to the tastes of worldwide consumers. Fabien Gross, the talented and soon be « Master of Wine » sees winemaking as creating a couture master piece. Voilà !

Pierre Chavin is not the name of one single character. Pierre is a commun french name. It means stone in French and is a reference to the soil, the terroir. Chavin sounds like a couture brand name. It has been borrowed to the Fashion industry. It contains the word Vin in it, meaning wine, the essence of the winery. All together, it makes a very pleasant Winery name, easy to pronounce even for the one coming from far away.
Labor in the vineyard, all the work made to produce wine can’t be sum up by one or two people. It is the accumulation of human’s passion and know how. Pierre Chavin is not one person but us all !

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