2021 - La Chenade Lalande de Pomerol
06C1CHEN6PK _ 2021 - La Chenade Lalande de Pomerol - 6x75cl
Colour
Red
Producer
La Chenade
Region
Lalande de Pomerol
Grape
Merlot / Cabernet Franc
Drinking
2026 - 2037
Case size
6x75cl
En Primeur

2021 LA CHENADE LALANDE DE POMEROL - 6x75cl

Colour
Red
Producer
La Chenade
Region
Lalande de Pomerol
Grape
Merlot / Cabernet Franc
Drinking
2026 - 2037
Case size
6x75cl
En Primeur
In Bond
Case price £79.00
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Tasting Notes

  • NM

    Neal Martin, April 2022,
    Score: 87-89

    The 2021 La Chenade was picked between September 24 and October 1 and this year is pure Merlot. Again, it is simple but clean and well-defined on the nose of brassy red cherries and crushed strawberry fruit. The palate is balanced with vivacious red fruit. It pulls up a tad short, but there is still plenty of flavor and freshness here. Fine. Drink 2027-2036

  • WA

    Wine Advocate, April 2022,
    Score: 89-90

    The 2021 La Chenade, from vineyards in Lalande de Pomerol that were saved from the frost, offers up rich aromas of berries and plums mingled with loamy soil and spices. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and seamless, it's built around powdery tannins and lively acids.

  • AG

    Antonio Galloni, April 2022,
    Score: 90-92

    The 2021 La Chenade is a soft, supple Lalande de Pomerol loaded with charm. Succulent dark cherry, plum, mocha, chocolate and spice are nicely pushed forward in this attractive, easygoing 2021. La Chenade is all Merlot this year, as the Franc was used for the Cruzelles. Drink 2024-2033

  • GDH

    Goedhuis, April 2022,
    Score: 90-92

    A 100% Merlot cuvée aged in 30% new oak. A lovely, sumptuous style, with rich fruit compote flavours The tight tense tannins give the wine a structure and framework, before the sweetness of fruit gently releases to give an expression of poise and charm at the end.

  • WCI

    Wine Cellar Insider, April 2022,
    Score: 88-90

    Cocoa topped plums with flowers on the nose are perfect to form the backdrop for all the medium-bodied, soft-textured, forward, sweet, juicy, red pit fruits on the palate. Produced from 100% Merlot, 13.5% ABV, drink from 2023-2034.

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Producer

La Chenade

La Chenade is part of the brilliant and incredibly well-respected Durantou stable, the family behind the great L'Eglise Clinet. This estate was purchased by superstar winemaker the late, great Denis Durantou. The family also own Ch Montlandrie in Cotes de Castillon, Ch Saintayme in St Emilion and Ch Les Cruzelles in Lalande de Pomerol. The vineyard spans 12 hectares and is planted to 65% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Franc and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon.

Region

Lalande de Pomerol

Lalande de Pomerol is situated to the north-west of the Dordogne River north of Pomerol. Similar to the great Pomerol appellation the wines are Merlot dominated but sold at a fraction of the price. Some great value wines can be found to the south of the Lalande de Pomerol region as only the Barbanne River separates the two appellations.