Bernard Baudry

90/100 RVF
-8%
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon Les Granges 2022 – Sku: 1055322 – 107
Bernard Baudry
2022
Chinon PDO
Special Price €11.90 Regular Price €13.00
92/100 RVF
-7%
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon Les Grézeaux 2021 – Sku: 1056221 – 44
Bernard Baudry
2021
Chinon PDO
Special Price €17.50 Regular Price €18.90
92/100 RVF
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon Blanc 2022 – Sku: 1046122 – 48
Bernard Baudry
2022
Chinon PDO
€19.00
94/100 RVF
-12%
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon Le Clos Guillot 2021 – Sku: 1057121 – 42
Bernard Baudry
2021
Chinon PDO
Special Price €22.90 Regular Price €25.90
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon Les Grézeaux 2019 – Sku: 1056219 – 3
Bernard Baudry
2019
Chinon PDO
€23.90
96/100 RVF
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon La Croix Boissée Rouge 2020 – Sku: 1059020 – 11
Bernard Baudry
2020
Chinon PDO
€38.90
CLUB AVANTAGE
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon La Croix Boissée Rouge 2019 – Sku: 1059019 – 1
Bernard Baudry
2019
Chinon PDO
€42.00
94/100 RVF
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Bernard Baudry - Magnum Chinon Clos Guillot 2021 – Sku: 1056321 – 9
Bernard Baudry
2021
Chinon PDO
€53.00
EN RUPTURE
COUP DE COEUR
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon Domaine 2021 – Sku: 1056421
Bernard Baudry
2021
Chinon PDO
€13.90
EN RUPTURE
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Bernard Baudry - Chinon La Croix Boissée Blanc 2020 – Sku: 10490
Bernard Baudry
2020
Chinon PDO
€35.00
EN RUPTURE
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Bernard Baudry - Magnum Chinon Clos Guillot 2020 – Sku: 1056320
Bernard Baudry
2020
Chinon PDO
€59.00
Bernard Baudry seeks the silky and civilised dimension of Chinon wines, while remaining as close as possible to their expression of terroir. This approach, which he is now pursuing with his son Mathieu, is coupled with organic certification. A philosophy that also inspires them to plant non-grafted vines, free-standing for ten years (following the plantings of Charles Joguet in the 1980s), and to establish themselves on new forgotten terroirs, such as the excellent Clos Guillot in Chinon. Their Croix Boissée (clay-limestone terroir in Cravant-les-Coteaux), built for ageing, has an extra velvety and sometimes sweetness in hot years, which is not to be disliked by great lovers of Saint-Émilion wines. This cuvée naturally takes the lead among the great reds of Touraine. The wines: we like the full and particularly ripe definition of the Cabernet Franc in 2015 in each cuvée, from the "simple" Chinon. The terroirs express themselves wonderfully, and with a lot of sap in the lieux-dits, through subtly floral bouquets that offer a magnificent chalky and graphite sensation, particularly the very intense Croix Boissée. Still on the back burner, these great reds will open up quietly at the table from 2019. RVF Guide Vert 2018 A large family from Cravant, the Baudry family works as a duo: Bernard gets on wonderfully with his son Mathieu. They have built their reputation on Cabernet Franc wines for ageing, which are sappy, dense and long, in an estate that covers 30 hectares, two of which are white. The cuvées are named after the terroirs in which they are grown: the granges blend grapes from gravel and clay soils to produce a supple, fresh wine, while the grézeaux, from clay and silica soils, has a fine finesse and a structure that allows the wine to stand the test of time. The Croix Boissée, on clay-limestone soils, is deeper and more dense. The vines of the Clos Guillot produce a fleshy, smooth and full wine. Bettane et Desseauve Guide 2018