An evening of fine English Wine!

Quaff Hove, Thursday 20th June, 7.30pm

Pierre Chainier Chinon

A delightful crunchy Cabernet Franc from the heart of the Loire Valley. Soft, easy and would happily take a chill.

Country: France

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red

Grape: Other Red Grapes

Volume: 75cl

Producer Profile

Formed in 1973, Pierre Chainier is both a négociant and the owner of some 250 hectares of vines in the heart of Touraine, from which it sources classic Loire varieties. Its eight Touraine estates include Domaine de la Bruyère in the newly established appellation of Touraine-Chenonceaux. Conversely, Clos de Nouys, its 25 acre Vouvray estate, is one of the oldest in the appellation. Here, vines average 35 years of age in vineyards that were already listed amongst the best sites on geological maps dating from 1907.

£10.99

Decoration

Pierre Chainier Chinon

A delightful crunchy Cabernet Franc from the heart of the Loire Valley. Soft, easy and would happily take a chill.

Country: France

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red

Grape: Other Red Grapes

Volume: 75cl

Producer Profile

Formed in 1973, Pierre Chainier is both a négociant and the owner of some 250 hectares of vines in the heart of Touraine, from which it sources classic Loire varieties. Its eight Touraine estates include Domaine de la Bruyère in the newly established appellation of Touraine-Chenonceaux. Conversely, Clos de Nouys, its 25 acre Vouvray estate, is one of the oldest in the appellation. Here, vines average 35 years of age in vineyards that were already listed amongst the best sites on geological maps dating from 1907.

£10.99

Decoration

Pierre Chainier Chinon

A delightful crunchy Cabernet Franc from the heart of the Loire Valley. Soft, easy and would happily take a chill.

Country: France

Product Type: Wine

Wine Colour: Red

Grape: Other Red Grapes

Volume: 75cl

Producer Profile

Formed in 1973, Pierre Chainier is both a négociant and the owner of some 250 hectares of vines in the heart of Touraine, from which it sources classic Loire varieties. Its eight Touraine estates include Domaine de la Bruyère in the newly established appellation of Touraine-Chenonceaux. Conversely, Clos de Nouys, its 25 acre Vouvray estate, is one of the oldest in the appellation. Here, vines average 35 years of age in vineyards that were already listed amongst the best sites on geological maps dating from 1907.

£10.99

Decoration

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