This St. Veran is one of the best examples that arrive in the Ontario market. From a vineyard of clay and limestone with a lot of red iron oxide, and facing full south above the village of Chasselas, the 37 year-old ploughed vines of the Bret Brothers 'en Combe' draws beautiful minerality and fruit from this great terroir. The high level of iron oxide gives the wine great potential for ageing. Always a little austere when young, this is a great wine able to open up after 2 to 3 years in bottle and will last 8-10.
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