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Saumur Champigny Domaine des Roches Neuves Thierry Germain 2019
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Saumur Champigny Domaine des Roches Neuves Thierry Germain 2019

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One Line Description Saumur Champigny Domaine des Roches Neuves Thierry Germain, biodynamic, fresh Cabernet Franc
Production Method Natural, Organic, Biodynamic
Country France French
Region Loire, France
Producer Domaine des Roches Neuves
Vintage 2019
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Cabernet Franc
Alcohol 12.5% abv
Terroir Sandy, clay and limestone
Total Sulphur Level Below 50mg/l
Maturation 3-4 months in tanks and barrels on the fine lees
Ageing Potential Lovely young and juicy but these are quality wines and will age well for 5-8 years
Production Detail Biodynamic, 25 year old vines, temp controlled natural fermentation to preserve primary aromas.
Natural Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan, Unfined


Saumur Champigny Domaine des Roches Neuves Thierry Germain, biodynamic wine, fresh Cabernet Franc, ideal for chilling with fresh chops cooked over coals! The basic Cuvée Domaine is garnet with purple tints, exhibits lively aromas of irises, violets and red fruits, a balanced and ripe palate, harmonious and full and a smoky finish with subtle tannins. A cool and delicious natural red, the type of wine you drink bucket loads and it doesn't touch the sides (we of course don't advocate such behaviour but the wine is very good!).

Serious wines are produced at this estate run by the charismatic Thierry Germain. His approach is closer to a Burgundy wine-maker than a typical Loire producer. This 50-acre domaine, situated in a superb viticultural location in the appellation of Saumur-Champigny, has been a winery since 1850. Germain, from a long line of Bordeaux winemakers, arrived here in 1991, attracted by the region’s perfect balance of grape varietal, climate and 'terroir', which he considers one of the finest in France. The vineyard is worked in a natural way with the goal of keeping the vine and the soil at its healthiest and Thierry has become a fully-fledged advocate of biodynamics. The harvest is manual, selecting grapes at their very ripest level. Vinification is handled in small batches with bottling un-fined and unfiltered. All of his wines are superb, but not easy to obtain because the demand for them is so great.


5Reviews For Saumur Champigny Domaine des Roches Neuves Thierry Germain 2019

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    julia brandreth21/02/2021

    juicy red and black fruit with floral notes, forest floor and a lovely long finish.

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    Alex Traska16/02/2021

    There's always a bottle or more of Thierry Germain Saumur Champigny DD Roche Neuves in the racks at home. It's a favourite go-to wine when you're not sure what else is going to fit; a crowd pleaser too - evidently skilled wine-making for the knowledgeable, bags of character that's not too challenging for anyone with a purely inebriative interest in wine. Totally dependable and super-consistent between vintages. Always have some in. Add to your next order.

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    I was recommended this wine by a friend trained in the restaurant business and it was delicious! trying to get more into Biodynamic wines and it is well worth the price. I would normally go for a heavier reds but am now converted

  4. How good is this wine?

    James R07/04/2020

    Juicy and moreish Cab Franc. Well worth the price mark!

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    Angela Marshall17/07/2019

    This is not an area of wine I would generally choose, but decided to give it a try for a change. It was most enjoyable with our mixed charcuterie and cheese board over a lunch in the garden. Sadly the wine was finished very qucikly!

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