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Chapoutier Domaine Tournon Mathilda 2018

Chapoutier Domaine Tournon Mathilda

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/ 0.75 L btl

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Spec sheet

TypeRed wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti14.0%

The wine

In 1997, Michel Chapoutier's pioneering spirit prompted this renowned Rhône producer to set off for Australia, attracted by the high quality of the Shiraz grapes that were growing there, and he found what he was looking for: an exceptional terroir, in the Victorian Pyrenees region, where he established his Domaine Tournon, with two vineyards: the Shays Flat Estate and the Landsborough Valley Estate.

For the production of his Tournon Mathilda, Chapoutier harvests the grapes at exactly the right point of maturity, avoiding any over-ripeness. After destemming, the clusters ferment in steel and concrete tanks, while macerating for two to three weeks to ensure a good extraction of tannins. The wine rests in the same containers for twelve months before bottling. The result? A wine with Australian maturity and French savoir-faire: of low to medium density and a bright cherry/ruby colour, a very fresh, profound and balsamic nose, with a predominance of black fruit, peppers and scrub, and a silky, medium-bodied palate that's mature, juicy, floral and delicately spicy, with suggestions of tar and liquorice. As regards mouthfeel, the Tournon Mathilda is pleasantly rough, earthy, mellowed by hints of jam, and with good acidity that takes it through from start to finish. Very well measured oak, with toasty nuances.

What does this wine taste like?

Ruby red / Quite clear / Bright
Profound / Fresh / Black fruit / Spicy notes / Pepper
Silky / Medium-bodied / Ripe / Juicy / Earthy / Good acidity

Drinking and storing

Serve between 14ºC and 16ºC

Food pairing

Red meats / Iberian pork / Vegetable casseroles

Customer reviews

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Vinification materialStainless steel / Concrete
Ageing period12 months

The winery

M. Chapoutier

M. Chapoutier

The Maison Chapoutier lays claim to a family tradition which dates back to 1808, although it wasn't until Michel Chapoutier took control of the company in 1990 that its wines began to stand out, with a very extensive catalogue offering a variety of high quality products. Chapoutier is particularly well-known for its remarkable Hermitage wines; in this appellation, the Chapoutier maison owns its largest tract of wine-producing land, comprising 34 of the 115 hectares held...