Chanterêves Chorey Les Beaune 'Champs Longs'
Grapes: Pinot Noir
Chanterêves is a rising superstar of Burgundy. Founded in 2010 by Tomoko Kuriyama and Guillaume Bott who cut their teeth with Friedrich Altenberg and Simon Bize respectively, the husband and wife team started out as a négoce project, before acquiring 5 hectares of their own vines in 2020. These are ethereal, perfumed and racy wines, the result of low yielding whole bunches of organic grapes, delicate extractions, neutral oak and very limited sulphur.
Chorey Les Beaune 'Champs Longs', Pinot Noir from clay limestone soils vinified in whole bunches and aged for 12 months in old oak and a further 12 months in stainless steel before bottling without fining or filtration. Voluptuous and generously fruited with floral tones and plenty of savoury undertones.