The Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre of Côte de Beaune of Burgundy

Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre - Aloxe-Corton
The winery offers 194 different wines
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Its wines get an average rating of 3.7.
It is ranked in the top 2020 of the estates of Burgundy.
It is located in Côte de Beaune in the region of Burgundy

The Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre is one of the best wineries to follow in Côte de Beaune.. It offers 194 wines for sale in of Côte de Beaune to come and discover on site or to buy online.

Top Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre wines

Looking for the best Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre wines in Côte de Beaune among all the wines in the region? Check out our tops of the best red, white or effervescent Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre wines. Also find some food and wine pairings that may be suitable with the wines from this area. Learn more about the region and the Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre wines with technical and enological descriptions.

The top red wines of Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre

Food and wine pairings with a red wine of Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre

How Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre wines pair with each other generally quite well with dishes of beef, veal or game (deer, venison) such as recipes of shepherd's pie (potatoes, beef, carrots, bacon), small stuffed provençal dishes or duck breast with honey.

Organoleptic analysis of red wines of Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre

On the nose the red wine of Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre. often reveals types of flavors of non oak, earth or oak and sometimes also flavors of red fruit, red fruit or cherry. In the mouth the red wine of Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre. is a with a nice freshness.

The best vintages in the red wines of Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre

  • 1990With an average score of 4.20/5
  • 1983With an average score of 4.20/5
  • 1978With an average score of 4.00/5
  • 2012With an average score of 3.90/5
  • 2015With an average score of 3.50/5
  • 2018With an average score of 3.50/5

The grape varieties most used in the red wines of Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre.

  • Pinot Noir
  • Gamay
  • Shiraz/Syrah
  • Grenache
  • Mourvedre
  • Chardonnay

Discovering the wine region of Côte de Beaune

The Côte de Burgundy/cote-de-beaune/beaune">Beaune is a key wine region in Burgundy, eastern France. It owes its name to its main town, Beaune - the epicentre of local wine production and trade. Renowned for producing some of the world's most expensive white wines (most of which bear the name Montrachet in one form or another), the region also produces a handful of Burgundy's finest red wines, including those from the premier crus Pommard and grand cru Corton. As with most Burgundy wines, the white wines are made from Hardonnay">Chardonnay, the reds from Pinot Noir.

The Côte de Beaune is a narrow strip of land less than 5 kilometers wide, extending 25 kilometers to the northeast. The main Vineyard of the Côte de Beaune is almost exactly the same Size and shape as its northern counterpart, the Côte de Nuits. Together, these two regions form the Côte d'Or, a region named after the Côte d'Or and characterized by the Côte d'Or limestone escarpment that forms its backbone. The importance of this escarpment to Côte de Beaune viticulture is hard to underestimate; not only does it protect the vineyards from the prevailing westerly winds, but it also provides gently sloping, free-draining vineyard sites with near-perfect South and southeast aspects.

Discover the grape variety: Aligoté

Aligoté is an ancient Burgundian grape variety (it has different names depending on the region in which it is grown: griset blanc in Beaune, giboudot blanc in the Chalonnais or troyen blanc in the Aube), mainly used in the production of Bourgogne-Aligoté, Bouzeron and Crémant-de-Bourgogne.aligoté is a medium-fine white grape variety, quite productive, which gives clear, acidic, fresh and light white wines. An anecdote often says that it was a member of the clergy named Kir who gave it its letters of nobility by adding it to blackcurrant cream to prepare an aperitif.produced on more than 1,600 hectares in Burgundy, aligoté has also been exported. It is also cultivated in Eastern Europe (Ukraine, Romania), California, Canada and Chile, representing more than 20,000 hectares in the world.

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Discover the grape variety: Mourvèdre

Mourvèdre noir is a grape variety originating from Spain. It produces a variety of grape specially used for wine making. It is rare to find this grape to eat on our tables. This variety of grape is characterized by medium to large bunches, and grapes of medium size. Mourvèdre noir can be found in several vineyards: South-West, Cognac, Bordeaux, Provence & Corsica, Rhône valley, Languedoc & Roussillon, Loire valley, Savoie & Bugey, Beaujolais.

News about Domaine Jaboulet Vercherre and wines from the region

An overview of the Rully appellation

The Bourgogne Wine Board (BIVB) invites you to a survey above the vineyard of Rully. Situated at the end of the Côte de Beaune region, it marks the begining of the côte chalonnaise with such a diversity of landscapes. Our social media: Facebook:​​ Twitter:​​​​ Instagram: LinkedIn:​​​​ Find out more on our website: https://www.bourgogne-wines ...

Master Sommelier Larry Stone explains why he sold Lingua Franca to Constellation Brands

Stone will remain on board as a brand ambassador and adviser to the business he created back in 2012. The winemaking team, spearheaded by Thomas Savre and Burgundian consultant Dominique Lafon, is still in place too. ‘We’re all still there and we’re going to keep making great wine, but we will have better resources,’ Stone told Stone, a Master Sommelier, purchased the 61 hectares Janzen Farm in Oregon’s Willamette Valley on December 31, 2012. He had been working at Evening Land’s a ...

Errazuriz wine photographer of the year revealed

Jon Wyand has been crowned Errazuriz Wine Photographer of the Year after impressing the judges with his beautiful shot of a Burgundian vineyard worker gathering prunings. The photograph was taken on a crisp winter’s day at Montagne de Corton Hill in the Côte de Beaune. ‘The winning image evokes with stark beauty the reality of wine growing – you are always at the mercy of nature,’ said wine writer Joanna Simon, one of the judges. ‘But there’s an extra element here: is he scruti ...

The word of the wine: Merrain

Oak wood split into planks used to make the barrel.