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2015 Savoie Chignin Mondeuse “Vieilles Vignes”

A. & M. Quenard

2015 Savoie Chignin Mondeuse “Vieilles Vignes”  A. & M. Quenard - Kermit Lynch Wine Merchant



Scaling the western flank of the French Alps, the Savoie region is off the beaten path for most travelers. Yet those who do visit this mountainous haven will be thrilled to discover stunning scenery, delicious local cuisine, and a thriving Alpine wine culture based on a variety of indigenous grapes. This Chignin bottling from the Quenard family, a local winemaking authority boasting several generations’ worth of experience, spotlights seventy-year-old Mondeuse vines clinging to steep, high-altitude limestone rubble—an extreme terroir that requires serious determination and physical endurance to farm. While Mondeuse can tend toward the rustic, this one is refined for a year in wood foudres before bottling. It has often been likened to a cross between Pinot Noir and Syrah: bright, elegant, and floral, with suggestions of wild fruit, blood, and minerals. –Anthony Lynch


  • Vintage 2015
  • Bottle Size 750mL
  • Blend Mondeuse
  • Appellation Vin de Savoie
  • Country France
  • Region Savoie
  • Vineyard 70 years, 2.8 ha
  • Soil Clay, Limestone
  • Winemaker André & Michel Quenard
  • Aging Wine is aged in foudre for one year before bottling
  • Farming Lutte Raisonnée
  • Alcohol 12%

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