DOMAINE DE CHEVALIER Grand Cru Classé de Graves


This red wine is first manifested by a beautiful dark red color, slightly tiled on the disc.
The first aromatics evolutions gave more complexity to the Chevalier’s wines. Mark of ripe fruit and smoke spices in a cool and liquorice atmosphere.
On the palate the wine is immediate. The well present tannins are fudge, fruity and very tasty. The flesh of the wine is delicate.
A good acidity energizes this mild, long and elegant wine.
Despite his young age, we recommend drinking this wine that engages completely. A short decanting unveils it more.

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The technical sheet and the vintage, described by Domaine de Chevalier


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7 July 2012
Dom de Chevalier rouge 2002 (J. Robinson) : 17 (VGV)

This price does seem ridiculous for a landmark property. Not concentrated ruby. Light admittedly but very delicate and refreshing and could only be made in Bordeaux, Utterly swallowable. So lively – though be warned, it is light and flirtatious but very appetising. VGV (Very Good Value)

15 March 2012

7 July 2003
Decanter (June 2003) : Highly Recommended

« Highly Recommended. Complex aromas, small berry fruit and tobacco leaf, ripe, almost sweet on the palate. Extremely seductive, will last well. 2005-2015 »