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Beaune-Grèves 1948 Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin Chanson Père et fils


Ancient wine.

Rare wine.

Renowned winery.

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Vintage (year) 1948
Color Red
Capacity (cl) 75
Level 5,2cm
State label Worn down
Capsule state Beautiful
Designation Beaune
Castle / Estate / House Maison Chanson Père et fils

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The 1948 Beaune-Grèves from La Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin, from Maison Chanson Père & Fils, is a red wine from Côte de Nuits in Bourgogne produced from Pinot Noir exclusively.

Among the oldest Bourgogne wineries, Maison Chanson was founded in 1750. It spreads over an exceptional 45-ha vineyard where you can find Beaune Clos des fèves or First Growth Pernand Vergelesse « Les vergelesses ».

Acquired by the prestigious Maison de Champagne Bollinger in 1999 with Gilles de Courcel in charge, its production quality keeps improving thanks to the help of wine-producer Jean-Pierre Confuron from Domaine Confuron.

Created in 1934, the « Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin » is the Bourgogne ambassador of its dishes but most importantly its wines. Showcasing quality products above all else, they introduced « tastevinage » in 1950, a pointer for customers to easily recognize a selected bottle with quality terroir and vintage.

Great vintaged wine, the 1948 Beaune-Grèves, selected by the « Confrérie des Chevaliers du Tastevin » is a rare wine for lovers and collectors of ancient Bourgogne wines, and will make a great anniversary wine.