Château de Charodon, the new hot stuff in Burgundy

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 Château de Charodon and the winemaker Louis Vallet are the new hot stuff in the Burgundy, France, wine scene.

Louis Vallet has an incredible wine background. He has long worked at different estates and at Domaine Pierre Bourée, his family’s old domaine. He learned his trade from people like Pascal Marchand, a renowned wine grower, and then worked in Chile making Pinot Noir in the Bio-Bio region. Now, Vallet has started his own business buying grapes and making wine in Burgundy.

Château Charodon is a fine house in the Beaune plain and the centre of Louis Vallet's business activity.

Why do we like this winemaker?

Because it is a small winery and he make really fine and rare wine. The production of this estate is very limited and sought-after.

We have secured the following allocation:

  • Bourgogne 2018: The classic expression of Pinot Noir from Burgundy, very rich and perfect for drink now or keep it in your cellar for 4-5 years. Limited production of 1496 bottles.
  • Vosnee Romanee 2018: The definition of a fine and rare wine, with an extremely limited production of just 581 bottles per year. A lot of perfume in this wine along with lively fruit.
  • Gevrey-Chambertin “Les Creots” 2016: Ready to drink right now. Limited production of only 1484 bottles. Superb, easy to drink, very refined with oaky and soft red fruits.