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Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Saint-Joseph from Rhone

Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Saint-Joseph from Rhone is an exquisite wine that is truly one of a kind. Bursting with aromas of blackberry, raspberry, and licorice, this full-bodied red has a velvety texture that lingers on the palate. The complexity of the flavors is enhanced by subtle notes of toasted oak and spice. This unique and exceptional wine will delight your senses with every sip!

Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Saint-Joseph from Rhone

What Makes This Wine Popular?

This Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Saint-Joseph from Rhone is a wine that has become a cult classic. It's intense flavors of dark fruit, pepper and licorice make it the perfect accompaniment for any special occasion. The complexity and depth of the flavor profile make it stand out from other wines in its class. Its popularity is no surprise, as it is known for its ability to age gracefully over time while still maintaining its unique flavor. So come and experience this amazing wine that has been captivating tastebuds since the 1980s!


A Little Trivia

The winery is known for its laid-back and relaxed approach to wine-making. During harvest, they often take breaks to enjoy a glass of local wine together with friends and family!


History of This Wine

The Domaine Jean-Louis Chave Saint-Joseph is a family-run winery located in the Rhone Valley of France. It was founded in 1481 by Jean-Louis Chave and has been passed down through the generations ever since. The estate produces some of the most sought after wines from the region, with its flagship wine being the Saint-Joseph.

Notable vintage years include 2010, which was awarded a perfect score of 100 points by Robert Parker, and 2015, which was praised for its intense aromas and flavors. Important events include when Jean-Louis Chave took over the estate in 1961 and began to modernize it, as well as when his son Olivier took over in 1991 and continued to improve upon his father’s work.


What To Serve With This Wine?

This wine is a full-bodied red, so it pairs well with rich dishes such as braised beef, lamb shank, and game meats. It also goes well with roasted vegetables and hearty stews. For cheese pairings, look for nutty flavors like Gruyère or Comté. If you're looking for something more savory, try a blue cheese like Roquefort or Gorgonzola. Finally, this wine stands up to bold flavors like truffle oil and mushrooms.


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