Domaine Charles Joguet SCEA

La Dioterie, 37220 Sazilly
France
Telephone +33 4 75558532
Fax +33 4 75852222
contact@charlesjoguet.com

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ProWein 2018 hall map (Hall 11): stand A128

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ProWein 2018 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  • 01.01.05.16  Val de Loire

Our products

Product category: Val de Loire

Rosé

This pleasant rosé 2015 with its salmon appearance focuses on citrus et red fruits aromas.

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Product category: Val de Loire

Clos de la Plante Martin

A nice aromatic range of citrus aromas on the nose. Pure and straight structure, lying on lemony aromas and a hint of flint with a iodin and crispy finale. A perfect match with a shellfish plater!

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Product category: Val de Loire

Les Charmes

This wine is a selection amongst a single-vineyard situated on the Left Bank of the Vienne River, in the heights of Anché, a village neighbouring Sazilly.

The Cabernet Franc vines are 35 years old and the terroir is argilo-calcareous, facing North.

Vinified in oak tank and then aged 6 months is small French oak barrels, Les Charmes  offer a pure, crispy and delightful fruity wine.

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About us

Company details

In the heart of the Loire Valley, Chinon - a small vineyard, as prestigious as many of the great names in wine - dtaes back to the 12th and 13th centuries long before it was so beautifully celebrated by the great François Rabelais, whose portrait adorns the labels of the domain.

Located near Tours between the Loire and Vienne rivers, the Chinon appellation area, controlled by decree since July 31st, 1937, covers approximately 2,300 hectares (or 4,700 acres) and nineteen towns.

Red wine from Cabernet Franc grapes makes up the vast majority of Chinon wine, but small quantities of white wine are also produced - less than 1% of total production - from Chenin Blanc grapes (also known as "Pineau de la Loire").

The vineyards are planted on two major types of soil:

- gravelly terraces, which offer light and fruity wines called "Easter wines" or "spring wines", and

- argilo-calcareous & argilo-siliceous hillsides, which produce wines suitable for ageing, sometimes for long periods.

Depending on their terroir of origin, some wines can be enjoyed extremely young or, on the contraty, must be left to age many years before all their flavours are revealed.

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