Domaine De La Chanteleuserie


Domaine de la Chanteleuserie Bourgueil Cuvee Beauvais 2015
Im always impressed with how much the wines of Christine and Thierry Boucard have going on. The Beauvais brings you the whole spectrum of Cabernet Franc: the nose is delicate and pleasant, the palate fresh and fruity at first, then finishing on more earthy characteristics of Cabernet Franc—forest
Item Number: 29267
Bottle:$14.95
Case: $179.40
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Domaine Chanteleuserie Bourgueil Cuvee Alouettes 2016
About thirty miles downriver of Vouvray lies the sleepy town of Bourgueil, where Cabernet Franc reigns. Thierry Boucard represents the seventh generation of his family to run Domaine de la Chanteleuserie, an estate blessed with some of the appellation’s finest parcels. From their south-facing

Domaine Chanteleuserie Bourgueil Cuvee Alouettes 2015
The nose starts with enchanting fruit and floral aromas, but quickly gives room to a more typical Cabernet Franc: autumn leaves, green peppers, and earthiness. The seductive and stern details on the palate complement each other, making this a very versatile wine.

Domaine Chanteleuserie Bourgueil Cuvee Alouettes 2013
"Just outside of the village of Benais, in the heart of the Touraine, sits the lovely Domaine de la Chanteleuserie. This "place where the larks sing," as the name means, is perched on a limestone plateau in an idyllic landscape. The "Cuvee Alouettes," alluding to the name of the domaine, is fresh,

Domaine Chanteleuserie Bourgueil Cuvee Alouettes 2012
"Just outside of the village of Benais, in the heart of the Touraine, sits the lovely Domaine de la Chanteleuserie. This "place where the larks sing," as the name means, is perched on a limestone plateau in an idyllic landscape. The "Cuvee Alouettes," alluding to the name of the domaine, is fresh,

Domaine de la Chanteleuserie Bourgueil Cuvee Alouettes 2011
"Thierry Boucard’s Bourgueils from Domaine de la Chanteleuserie and the downright ridiculous value they offer should win many new converts to the cause of the Loire Cabernet Franc. A chewy, rustic version, with a coffee and dark tapenade edge to the core of mulled black currant and black cherry