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La Minute Chanzy #21 - CHOOSING THE RIGHT WINE GLASS
With so many different glasses, it is often difficult to make the right choice. Do you need a large glass for red wines and a thinner glass for white wines, or different glasses for each grape variety? With Francois Aubry, a professional wine lover, and Laurent Vialette, a specialist in old vintages, you will find all the answers to these questions.
La Minute Chanzy #20 - ORGANIC OR NOT ORGANIC
So organic, or not organic? In France and all over the world, organic wine is taking up more and more space on the shelves of our wine merchants. Is it better than a conventional wine? Find three experts, Frédéric Turpaud, head sommelier at Divellec, Francois Aubry, professional wine lover, and Laurent Vialette, specialist in old vintages, who will share their opinion on wine coming from organic agriculture.
La Minute Chanzy #19 - SULPHUR
Almost unmentioned ten years ago, the use of sulfur is today subject to much debates among wine lovers. Our three experts, Frédéric Turpaud, head sommelier at Divellec, Francois Aubry, professional wine lover, and Laurent Vialette, specialist in old vintages, will share their opinion on the use of sulfur in wine.
La Minute Chanzy #18 - BURGUNDY
Burgundy is a french region that counts a multitude of terroirs and appellations, it is a region that is both very simple to read but also very complex. With our three experts, Frédéric Turpaud, head sommelier at Divellec, Francois Aubry, professional wine lover, and Laurent Vialette, specialist in old vintages, discover the beautiful wine region that is Burgundy.
La Minute Chanzy #17 - THE COTE CHALONNAISE
Previously being in the shadow of other Burgundy regions, the Côte Chalonnaise today presents very beautiful vintages with a wide variety of premier crus. With Frédéric Turpaud, head sommelier at Divellec, discover this Burgundy terroir which gives birth to many great wines.
La Minute Chanzy #16 - THE COTE DE NUIT
The cote de nuit with its super stars in red wines, is the stronghold of very great vintages with numerous food pairing and with very good aging potential. With our wine specialists, discover this mythical terroir which gives birth to the best wines.
La Minute Chanzy #15 - THE COTE DE BEAUNE
From white Grand Crus to red Grand Crus, the Côte de Beaune is one of the most famous wine-growing regions in the world. From Pommard to Puligny-Montrachet via Meursault, discover this complex terroir which offers a diversity of spectacular wines through Frédéric Turpaud, head sommelier at Divellec.
La Minute Chanzy #14 - NEW YEAR'S EVE
2020 has been a very uncommon year and we are all looking forward to 2021. To mark the end of this year and the start of a better year, Frédéric Turpaud, head sommelier at Divellec, offers you his recipe for a successful New Year's Eve.
CHRISTMAS DINNER
Christmas dinner is one of the most important meals of the year. Meet three experts, Frédéric Turpaud, head sommelier at Divellec, Francois Aubry, professional wine enthousiast, and Laurent Vialette, old vintage specialist, who will show you their favorite food and wine pairings for the Christmas table.
La Minute Chanzy #12 - PRUNING
Pruning begins with the fall of the leaves. The principle is simple: select the best branches for optimal grape production. The different sizes require a technical team that will adapt to each foot, so that we can harvest the best grapes for the harvest.
La Minute Chanzy #11 - WAXING
At Domaine Chanzy, we have decided to wax all our magnum bottles. We proceed to this stage manually, by melting red or yellow wax, depending on the wine, and by dipping the top of the bottle in it. In this video you will discover this method that inhances the prestige of our magnum bottles.
La Minute Chanzy #10 - SHIPPING
At Domaine Chanzy we have three people in charge of shipping. They are the last people responsible for the bottles before they leave to reach our customers. So this is a very important step that requires a great deal of attention before they travel around the globe.
La Minute Chanzy #9 - TACHERONS
At Domaine Chanzy, we have 9 tâcherons who work the vines. A tâcheron is a person who is responsible for a plot of vines and who manages everything from pruning to harvest. Discover this independent profession, essential to produce a good vine, and therefore a quality wine.
La Minute Chanzy #8 - THE GUEST HOUSE
At Domaine Chanzy, we have a ten bedroom house which we have transformed into a guest house. This house is there to welcome our partners, our friends and some privileged clients who will be able to experience living in the heart of the domain.
La Minute Chanzy #7 - PLOWING
The idea behind plowing is to have living soil. The more lively the soil, the prettier the harvest will be. At Domaine Chanzy, a team of tractor drivers goes through the vines all year round to plow the land. Each of their passages is crucial for a quality harvest.
La Minute Chanzy #6 - ALCOHOLIC & MALOLACTIC FERMENTATION
Fermentation is the step of transforming grape sugars into alcohol to make wine. To succeed in this step we control the temperature of the fermentation, as well as its density.
La Minute Chanzy #5 - BARRELING
Barreling is the operation of putting wines into barrels at the time of devatting. Once the wines are barrelled, they are left between 10 and 15 months in oak barrels or in vats, until preparation for bottling.
La Minute Chanzy #4 - WINE PRESSING
Wine pressing is a crucial stage in the harvest. It allows the juice to be extracted from the grape by squeezing it. Discover the team at Domaine Chanzy who will show you how the bunch of grapes go into vats.
La Minute Chanzy #3 - WINE VATTING
Vatting is the process of placing the harvest in vats before fermentation. Discover how the Domaine Chanzy team is carrying out this key step.
La Minute Chanzy #2 - GRAPPE SORTING
During the harvest, we remove all the grapes which are not ripe or are dry, as well as the leaves and other unwanted parts. When touching the grapes, you quickly feel whether it is a little too hard. Otherwise you can tell based on its colour. Discover this key step to make a quality wine.
La Minute Chanzy #1 - HARVEST
Grape harvests are when all the work you have done for a year suddenly takes form. This is the greatest reward you could ever wish for. Discover this key period in the year of Domaine Chanzy.