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M.CHAPOUTIER Wines

With roots dating back to 1808, M. CHAPOUTIER is one of the oldest companies in the Rhône Valley. Yet, its world renown and the quality of wine can truly be accredited to the arrival of Michel Chapoutier in 1990. His willingness to change the set way, thirst for knowledge and open-mindedness, together with his drive to seek, discover and reflect the full potential of our terroirs, letting the soils express their true character, has put our wines firmly on the wine world map.

This philosophy is what gives our wines their signature style, forms the basis of the M. CHAPOUTIER ethos and drives our team to reveal the very best of what the soils have to offer.

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  • Belleruche Blanc 2019, Côtes-du-Rhône bottle image
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    Belleruche Blanc 2019, Côtes-du-Rhône

    AOP Côtes-du-Rhône

    A classic Cotes-du-Rhone Blanc, Belleruche is a 5-way blend of Grenache Blanc, Roussanne, Viognier, Clairette and Bourboulenc grown on stony soils that warm up quickly in spring and help the grapes to reach perfect maturity. The grapes fro this wine are harvested at night to preserve aromas which include apricot, fennel and iris.

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    Belleruche Blanc 2020, Côtes-du-Rhône

    AOP Côtes-du-Rhône

    A staple wine from M.Chapoutier portofio, perfect match to its red counterpart.

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    Chante-Alouette 2017, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    At the summit of Chante-Alouette stands a house that was once a shelter for hunters hunting game birds and larks in particular (alouette in French). This shelter has strong magnetism as it straddles the Hartmann lines (magnetic lines).

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    Collection Bio Côtes-du-Rhône Blanc

    AOP Côtes-du-Rhône

    Mainly made from the Grenache Blanc with portions of Viognier and Roussanne, from vineyards planted on clay & limestone soils. 4 months maturation on fine lees in stainless steel vats delivers a full and well-balanced wine with elegant notes of apricot on a fresh, long finish.

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    De l’Orée 2017, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    This 3.5ha 'Les Murets' vineyard lies in one of the world-famous appellations. Marsanne from 60 -70 year old vines planted on very old fluvioglacial alluvial soils created a generous, complex beauty with intense aromas of toffee, ripe citrus fruit, flora overtones of acacia and hawthorn. Spices and notes of roasted nuts linger on an exceptional finish. A simply amazing wine with a great potential for ageing.

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    Invitare 2018, Condrieu

    AOP Condrieu

    From Latin, to invite. This Condrieu is an invitation to a very enjoyable drinking experience.

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    Invitare 2019, Condrieu

    AOP Condrieu

    From Latin, to invite. This Condrieu is an invitation to a very enjoyable drinking experience.

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    L’Ermite Blanc 2017, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    One of the most famous wines from the top of the Hermitage hill. The jewel in the M.Chapoutier crown!

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    L’Ermite Blanc 2018, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    L'Ermite' is just under 0.5ha plot planted with the oldest Marsanne in the estate, where some of the vines are over 100 year old, with very low yield. The vineyard sits at the top of the Hermitage Hill, on poor granitic and shallow soils. From here hails this top Hermitage white with complex aromas of vanilla, almonds, dried fruit and linden-tree. Round and rich, with a ripe white peach and apricot palate that just goes on and on.

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    La Ciboise Blanc 2019, Luberon

    AOP Luberon

    The Luberon is subject to a wide range of temperatures during the day which leads to an incredible amount of freshness in the wine. This is a true Rhone blend of Grenache Blanc, Vermentino, Viognier and Roussanne. 5 months on its fine lees results in this fruity drop that expresses jasmine, peach and a whole array of exotic fruits

  • La Combe Pilate ‘Esteban’ Brut Nature 2018, Vin de France bottle image
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    La Combe Pilate ‘Esteban’ Brut Nature 2018, Vin de France

    Vin de France

    100% Viognier biodynamic and organic Brut Nature sparkling wine made by Méthode Ancestrale.

  • La Combe Pilate Viognier 2018, IGP Collines Rhodaniennes bottle image
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    La Combe Pilate Viognier 2018, IGP Collines Rhodaniennes

    IGP Collines Rhodaniennes

    Savoury and rustic Viognier with notes of bergamot and peach.

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    Les Meysonniers Blanc 2018, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    Organic white Crozes-Hermitage from hillside plantings.

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    Les Meysonniers Blanc 2019, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    Organic white Crozes-Hermitage from old Marsanne vines from hillside plantings full of notes of peony, quincy and almonds.

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    Les Tanneurs 2018, Saint-Péray

    AOP Saint-Péray

    Saint-Péray is the southernmost appellation in the Northern Rhone and makes exclusively white wines, including some sparkling. This still white wine is made from a blend of mainly Marsanne with some Roussanne, the only grapes permitted for use under appellation law. An elegant and fresh white wine, with some added complexity from part of the blend being vinified in oak casks. Expect lots of green apple, white blossom and honey aromas.

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    Les Tanneurs 2019, Saint-Péray

    AOP Saint-Péray

    An elegant and fresh white wine, with some added complexity from part of the blend being vinified in oak casks.

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    Lieu-dit Hongrie 2019, Saint-Péray

    AOP Saint-Péray

    Intense white, 100% Marsanne from 40 year old vineyards.

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    Muscat de Beaumes de Venise

    AOP Muscat de Beaumes de Venise

    A fortified wine made from Muscat a Petits Grains grapes, from vines planted on soft limestone and sandy areas. Powerful, rich and elegant nose with aromas of candied fruits and flowers, with a well-balanced, long lived palate.

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    Petite Ruche Blanc 2017, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    Rare white wine from the world famous Crozes-Hermitage appellation.

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    Petite Ruche Blanc 2018, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    Rare white wine from the world famous Crozes-Hermitage appellation.

  • Belleruche Rosé 2019, Côtes-du-Rhône bottle image
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    Belleruche Rosé 2019, Côtes-du-Rhône

    AOP Côtes-du-Rhône

    Grenache, Cinsault and Syrah direct press rose mainly from the right bank of the Rhone, from vines planted in loess and sandy soils, which are perfect for this wine. Aromas of red fruits and grapefruit are complemented by notes of exotic fruits, with fresh, delicate, fruity and refreshing palate to follow.

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    Belleruche Rouge 2019, Côtes-du-Rhône

    AOP Côtes-du-Rhône

    An intensely fruity and spicy red, made with a blend of mainly Grenache and Syrah. The vines are grown on deeply layered soils, with stone, clay, silt and sand which provide the vine with a constant water supply and at night release the heat stored in the pebbles during the day, giving the grapes a perfect ripeness.

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    Collection Bio Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    AOP Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    From the most famous appellation in the southern Rhone, and indeed the world first appellation, given AOP status in 1936, this wine is a classic. From vines grown on vineyards covered by the legendary large rocks that stretch as far as the eye can see in the region. This is mainly Grenache, vinified in concrete eggs and aged in large oak casks fro 15 - 18 months. Expect rich fruit, spice and with some age, lots of liquorice and leather.

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    Collection Bio Costières de Nîmes

    AOP Costières de Nîmes

    A blend of Grenache, Syrah, Marselan and Mourvedre grown on smooth pebbles and sandy clay. Aromas of delicious red fruit and a touch of spice and liquorice with delicate and silky tannins.

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    Collection Bio Côtes-du-Rhône Rouge

    AOP Côtes-du-Rhône

    This organic wine is grown on a terrain made up of Villafranchian terraces (smooth round pebbles) located between the famous Papal palace in Avignon and the Roman aqueduct 'Le Pont du Gard'. The wine is aged in concrete tanks to preserve the fruit aromas. A full-bodied, deliciously rich wine, with silky smooth tannins.

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    Deschants Rouge 2017, Saint-Joseph

    AOP Saint-Joseph

    Saint-Joseph is the second largest appellation in the Northern Rhone and over 90'% of the wine is red, made exclusively from Syrah. The vineyards are planted on the steep slopes of the right bank of the Rhone river, vinified in concrete tanks and then aged in a mixture of concrete and oak, which adds depth and complexity to this juicy, floral and spicy wine.

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    Gigondas

    AOP Gigondas

    Intensive yet fine, mainly Grenache blend, bringing strawberry jam aromas to the fore, with a touch of Syrah and Mourvèdre adding depth and spice into the mix.

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    L’Ermite Rouge 2017, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    One of the most famous wines from the top of the Hermitage hill. The jewel in the M.Chapoutier crown!

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    L’Ermite Rouge 2018, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    The most elegant and aromatic Hermitage in the range from 3ha plot at the top of the Hermitage hill where the vines are over 80 year old, planted on poor granitic soils. The jewel in M. Chapoutier crown!

  • La Bernardine Rouge 2016, Châteauneuf-du-Pape bottle image
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    La Bernardine Rouge 2016, Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    AOP Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    As its name implies, the history of the Chateauneuf-du-pape commune and its wine are strongly tied to papal history. In 1308, Pope Clement V, archbishop of Bordeaux, moved the papacy to Avignon. Some years later, under the reign of Pope Jean XX11, the wines came to be known as "wines of the Pope". This term later became Chateauneuf du pape. Jean XX11 was responsible for the construction of the Chateau which is the symbol of the appellation.

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    La Ciboise Rouge 2018, Costières de Nîmes

    AOP Costières de Nîmes

    Classic Rhône blend matured in concrete tans which give the wine its rich, fruit-filled palate with soft spices and delicate tannins.

  • La Ciboise Rouge 2019, Luberon bottle image
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    La Ciboise Rouge 2019, Luberon

    AOP Luberon

    From an AOP area completely nestled in the heart of the Luberon Regional Nature Park, with vines grown in sandy-clay soil at an altitude of 350 metres. The wine is aged for 6 months in concrete vats, delivering complex aromas of blackberry and blackcurrant fruit, with an elegant, fresh palate wrapped in silky tannins, with a hint of liquorice on the finish.

  • La Ciboise Rouge 2020, Costières de Nîmes bottle image
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    La Ciboise Rouge 2020, Costières de Nîmes

    AOP Costières de Nîmes

    Classic Rhône blend matured in concrete tans which give the wine its rich, fruit-filled palate with soft spices and delicate tannins.

  • Le Clos 2017, Saint-Joseph bottle image
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    Le Clos 2017, Saint-Joseph

    AOP Saint-Joseph

    Le Clos, a specific single vineyard

  • Le Pavillon 2017, Hermitage bottle image
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    Le Pavillon 2017, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    A wine that doesn’t need an introduction - now a world-famous top wine from Michel's 4 had 'Les Bessards' vineyard of 65 year old Syrah at the tope of the Hermitage hill. Tarry and smoky with notes of raspberry, blackberry, walnut and liquorice on a complex and powerful palate that is at the same time velvety and balanced, with long, lingering notes of liquorice, tobacco and cocoa. This wine is a keeper!

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    Les Arènes 2014, Cornas

    AOP Cornas

    The name of this wine 'Les Arenes' (sands) comes from the term "Arenes Granitiques" (granitic sands). This is a geological phenomenon that arises with the decomposition of granite caused by water and wind, giving the soils a sandy nature

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    Les Arènes 2018, Cornas

    AOP Cornas

    The name Cornas comes from the Celtic for 'burnt land' due to its sun-drenched vineyards. This 114ha appellation is planted exclusively with Syrah. Les Arenes is aged in a mix of oak barrels (80%) and concrete tans (20%), giving rise to a beautiful blend of inky fruits such as blackberries and Morello cherries, followed by dense tannins and soft spices and smoke.

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    Les Bécasses 2018, Côte-Rôtie

    AOP Côte-Rôtie

    Cote-Rotie, which translates to 'roasted slope' in English is a reference to the long sunshine hours the slopes of this appellation receive and give the grapes their exceptional balanace. Made from 100% Syrah, which expresses incredible power and elegance thanks to the high sunshine hours, this wine is agred in oak barrels (80%, mainly new barrels) to give richness and depth. The remaining 20% is aged in stainless steel to ensure the purity of fruit is retained.

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    Les Granilites Rouge 2018, Saint-Joseph

    AOP Saint-Joseph

    Les Granilites is a mineralogical term which refers to the fine-grained granite that forms the granite-based soil in which the vines grow

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    Les Granilites Rouge 2019, Saint-Joseph

    AOP Saint-Joseph

    Les Granilites is a mineralogical term which refers to the fine-grained granite that forms the granite-based soil in which the vines grow. Certified organic.

  • Les Meysonniers Rouge 2018, Crozes-Hermitage bottle image
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    Les Meysonniers Rouge 2018, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    Organic Syrah aged in concrete tanks that enhance its fruit and tannins.

  • Les Meysonniers Rouge 2019, Crozes-Hermitage bottle image
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    Les Meysonniers Rouge 2019, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    Organic Syrah aged in concrete tanks that enhance its fruit and tannins.

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    Monier de la Sizeranne 2015, Hermitage

    AOP Hermitage

    The name 'Monier de la Sizeranne' comes from the name of an important Tain l'Hermitage family. The family also owned the 'La Sizeranne' vineyard. This family has had influence since 1790, as it produced Henri Monier de la Sizeranne, senator; Maxime Monier de la Sizeranne, painter; Maurice Monier de la Sizeranne, the man responsible for creating a version of Braille, Robert Monier de la Sizeranne, translator of Ruskin's book. The bottle label displays a lion, which is the Sizeranne family crest.

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    Monier de la Sizeranne 2017, Hermitage

    Hermitage

    The name 'Monier de la Sizeranne' comes from the name of an important Tain l'Hermitage family. The family also owned the 'La Sizeranne' vineyard. This family has had influence since 1790, as it produced Henri Monier de la Sizeranne, senator; Maxime Monier de la Sizeranne, painter; Maurice Monier de la Sizeranne, the man responsible for creating a version of Braille, Robert Monier de la Sizeranne, translator of Ruskin's book. The bottle label displays a lion, which is the Sizeranne family crest.

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    Petite Ruche Rouge 2017, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    100% Syrah from rocky terraces of Crozes-Hermitage.

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    Petite Ruche Rouge 2018, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    100% Syrah from rocky terraces of Crozes-Hermitage.

  • Pie VI 2016, Châteauneuf-du-Pape bottle image
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    Pie VI 2016, Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    AOP Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    65% Grenache and 35% Syrah blend from vineyards grown on low terraces of old alluvial deposits with pebbles that warm up the vines. Both the vinification and the maturation (18months) take place in concrete tank. This adds freshness to the wine, velvety tannins and a beautiful balance of concentration and complexity.

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    Pie VI 2017, Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    AOP Châteauneuf-du-Pape

    65% Grenache and 35% Syrah blend from vineyards grown on low terraces of old alluvial deposits with pebbles that warm up the vines. Both the vinification and the maturation (18months) take place in concrete tank. This adds freshness to the wine, velvety tannins and a beautiful balance of concentration and complexity.

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    Quatuor 2016, Côte-Rôtie

    AOP Côte-Rôtie

    Quatuor' refers to the 4 plots from which the vines for this wine are grown. An organic wine, fermented with native yeast and aged in oak barrel for 12 - 18 months with a beautifully floral nose with sweet spice, cedar and tapenade on the palate.

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    Quatuor 2017, Côte-Rôtie

    AOP Côte-Rôtie

    Quatuor' refers to the 4 plots from which the vines for this wine are grown. An organic wine, fermented with native yeast and aged in oak barrel for 12 - 18 months with a beautifully floral nose with sweet spice, cedar and tapenade on the palate.

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    Rasteau

    AOP Rasteau

    Vineyards in Rasteau were always absorbed into other appellations until 2010 when Rasteau was granted full AOP status. The vineyards are planted a few kilometres from the 'Dentelles de Montmirail' mountains, which form the foothills of France's highest peak, Mont Ventoux. The soils are chalky with good drainage and the wine is matured in stainless steel for 12 - 16 months giving it powerful dark fruit notes of raspberry and blackcurrant.

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    Sicamor 2018, Crozes-Hermitage

    AOP Crozes-Hermitage

    100% Syrah blend of different terroirs. Spicy, dark berried, savoury with velvety tannins - it will leave you wanting some more!

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    Temenos 2016, Cornas

    AOP Cornas

    Organic Syrah from the heart of Cornas appellation.

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    Vacqueyras

    AOP Vacqueyras

    Made up of predominantly Grenache with a touch of Mourvedre, this intense and generous red hails from Vacqueyras which was the second Cote du Rhone villages to be upgraded to full AOP status in 1990. Its wines are often referred to being like siblings of Chateauneuf du Pape with its rich black fruit and white pepper characters.