Located south of Dijon, the Gevrey-Chambertin appellation is the top village of the Côte de Nuits. In 1847, by royal order of King Louis Philippe, the name Chambertin was attached to Gevrey and officially became Gevrey-Chambertin. Seuvrées comes from the Latin Separatas. This is because the plot was separate in two by the border villages of Gevrey and Morey that we namedthis locality as well. Our "Seuvrées" plot is situated south of the village of Gevrey, below "Les Mazoyères" or "Charmes" Grands Crus plots.
The vines are around 60 years old and planted on a soil of clay-limestone containing marl clay mixed with round clods of varying size, and stones. A very gentle slope to the east, licked the first rays of sun, gravelly soils: all these are very good conditions for the emergence of a wine of exquisite flexibility.
A Tournedos of beef will be fully accompanied by this Gevrey-Chambertin.
Guide Hachette des Vins 2016 - GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes 2013 - 1 étoile
Guide Hachette des Vins 2014 - GEVREY-CHAMBERTIN Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes 2011 - 1 étoile
Stephen Tanzer 2012 - Gevrey-Chambertin Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes 2010 • 88-91
Allen Meadows' Burghound 2013 - Gevrey-Chambertin "Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes" 2011 • 88-90
Allen Meadows' Burghound 2014 - Gevrey-Chambertin "Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes" 2012 • 88-91
Allen Meadows' Burghound 2015 - Gevrey-Chambertin "Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes" 2013 • 85-88
Allen Meadows' Burghound 2016 - Gevrey-Chambertin "Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes" 2014 • 88-91/2022+
Allen Meadows' Burghound 2017 - Gevrey-Chambertin "Les Seuvrées Vieilles Vignes" 2015 • (88-91)
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