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The En Primeurs Campaign over Domaine de ChevalierLa campagne primeur autour du Domaine de Chevalier

The En Primeurs Campaign over Domaine de ChevalierLa campagne primeur autour du Domaine de Chevalier

In recent weeks, the 2009 En Primeurs began in Bordeaux. The campagn is an event that takes place every year in Bordeaux.
During this period the wines of the vintage of the previous year are put on the market. They are enjoyed by professionals and finally scored as a “barrel tasting” with fork notes.
Professionals around the world gather in Bordeaux. Among them, we find James Suckling for the Wine Spectator, Robert Parker and Neil Martin for the Wine Advocate, Jacques Dupont for the French magazine Le Point, Jancis Robinson for the Times and many others.
This year, the Domaine de Chevalier, which was represented in French Paradox Wine by Adrien Bernard, son of Olivier Bernard has been much appreciated and noted by critics.
Robert Parker stated: (94-96) *
“The finest wine I Have Tasted from this estate in my 30 + year career, the 2009 (64% Cabemet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, and 6% Petit Verdot) from this hallowed vineyard in Léognan cropped at 45 hectoliters Was per hectare and cam in at 13% alcohol. It Reveals year extraordinary, intense, pure, quintessential style Domaine de Chevalier, Including silky tannins, dense plum, black currant, black cherry, floral and graphite notes, terrific acidity, sweet tannin, and a full-bodied mouthfeel with no weight, admirable goal accuracy and freshness. Consultant stephane Derenoncourt Has coaxed out all the elegance and complexity at this great site. A future legend in the making, This Could Be the Best Domaine de Chevalier Produced over the last half century. It “should drink well for 35-40 years.
(Tasted 4 times.)

Now the properties will offer their wines to wine merchants in the intermediate of brokers.

Subsequently Négociant offer wines in the world so that Bordeaux are appreciated by all.

The 2009 Vintage is an exceptional year that promises an unconventional campaign that will be close to 2005.

We whish a very good luck to the Bordelais.

Depuis quelques semaine, la campagne des Primeurs 2009 à commencé à Bordeaux. Les primeurs sont un événement qui à lieu chaque année à Bordeaux.
Lors de cette période les vins du millésime de l’année précédente sont mis sur le marché. Ils sont dégustés par les professionnels et enfin notés sous forme de « barrel tasting » avec des notes fourchette.
Les professionnels du monde entier se retrouvent à Bordeaux. Parmi eux, on retrouve James Suckling pour le Wine Spectator, Robert Parket et Neil Martin pour le Wine advocate, Jacques Dupont pour le magasine Français Le Point, Jancis Robinson pour le Times et bien d’autres encore.
Cette année, le Domaine de Chevalier qui était représenté chez French Wine Paradox par Adrien Bernard, fils d’Olivier Bernard a été très apprécié et noté par les critiques.
Robert Parker declare : (94-96*)
« The finest wine I have tasted from this estate in my 30+ year career, the 2009 (64% Cabemet Sauvignon, 30% Merlot, and 6% Petit Verdot) from this hallowed vineyard in Léognan was cropped at 45 hectoliters per hectare and came in at 13% alcohol. It reveals an extraordinary, intense, pure, quintessential Domaine de Chevalier style, including silky tannin, dense plum, black currant, black cherry, floral, and graphite notes, terrific acidity, sweet tannin, and a full-bodied mouthfeel with no weight, but admirable precision and freshness. Consultant stephane Derenoncourt has coaxed out all the elegance and complexity at this great site. A future legend in the making, this could be the best Domaine de Chevalier produced over the last half century. It should drink well for 35-40 years.
(Tasted four times.)

A présent les propriétés vont offrir leurs vins aux négociants en vins par l’intermédiaire de courtiers.
Par la suite les négociants offrent les vins dans le monde entier afin que les Bordeaux soient appréciés par tous.
Le Millésime 2009 qui est une année d’exception promet une campagne hors normes qui sera proche de 2005.

Il ne nous reste qu’à souhaiter bonne chance aux Bordelais.

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