58 min

Laurent Chevalier, Henry Fessy, Louis Latour Agencies 30th Anniversary Series Interpreting Wine Podcast

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Laurent provides the most in depth coverage I’ve ever given to the Beaujolais region. Starting first with his own origins and reflections on different experiences in winemaking, before taking us on a virtual tour of the region via its cru and terroir. He covers the gamay grape that has made its home in the region and talks market value over time. Before taking us on a tour of the Henry Fessy cellar and into the glass with two cru Beaujolais he chose from their range, the Régnié 2016 and the Brouilly 2017. If you’ve ever wanted a private tour of Beaujolais, its terroir and winemaking culture this is the episode for you. 
 
Episode outline:
Origin Story
Winemaking on a different scale
A tour of the Crus terroir
Gamay grapes
Changing winemaking styles in Beaujolais over time
Henry Fessy deep dive
Wine tasting
Looking ahead
 
Wines tasted:
Ch√Ęteau des Reyssiers R√©gni√© 2016
Tech sheet: https://www.louislatour.co.uk/producers/Henry+Fessy/Ch%C3%A2teau+des+Reyssiers+R%C3%A9gni%C3%A9/2016
Brouilly 2017
Tech sheet: https://www.louislatour.co.uk/producers/Henry+Fessy/Brouilly/2017
 
Guest website: https://www.henryfessy.com/en/
Louis Latour Agencies: www.louislatour.co.uk
 
Join Louis Latour email list for the chance to win a case of six wines from the series:
www.interpretingwine.com/LLAprizedraw
 
Intro and outro music
The New Investors
http://newinvestors.dk/
Contact: glenn@velournet.dk


Guest: Laurent Chevalier, Henry Fessy
Date recorded: 18 April 2020
 
Contact:
hello@interpretingwine.com
 
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If you know someone who would enjoy this episode please share the direct link: www.interpretingwine.com/409
If you really enjoyed it please leave the episode an iTunes review on the same link. Thanks! ūüĎĆūüĎĆ
Laurent provides the most in depth coverage I’ve ever given to the Beaujolais region. Starting first with his own origins and reflections on different experiences in winemaking, before taking us on a virtual tour of the region via its cru and terroir. He covers the gamay grape that has made its home in the region and talks market value over time. Before taking us on a tour of the Henry Fessy cellar and into the glass with two cru Beaujolais he chose from their range, the Régnié 2016 and the Brouilly 2017. If you’ve ever wanted a private tour of Beaujolais, its terroir and winemaking culture this is the episode for you. 
 
Episode outline:
Origin Story
Winemaking on a different scale
A tour of the Crus terroir
Gamay grapes
Changing winemaking styles in Beaujolais over time
Henry Fessy deep dive
Wine tasting
Looking ahead
 
Wines tasted:
Ch√Ęteau des Reyssiers R√©gni√© 2016
Tech sheet: https://www.louislatour.co.uk/producers/Henry+Fessy/Ch%C3%A2teau+des+Reyssiers+R%C3%A9gni%C3%A9/2016
Brouilly 2017
Tech sheet: https://www.louislatour.co.uk/producers/Henry+Fessy/Brouilly/2017
 
Guest website: https://www.henryfessy.com/en/
Louis Latour Agencies: www.louislatour.co.uk
 
Join Louis Latour email list for the chance to win a case of six wines from the series:
www.interpretingwine.com/LLAprizedraw
 
Intro and outro music
The New Investors
http://newinvestors.dk/
Contact: glenn@velournet.dk


Guest: Laurent Chevalier, Henry Fessy
Date recorded: 18 April 2020
 
Contact:
hello@interpretingwine.com
 
Linkedin: https://www.interpretingwine.com/linkedin
Facebook: https://www.interpretingwine.com/facebook
Instagram: https://www.interpretingwine.com/instagram
Twitter: https://www.interpretingwine.com/twitter
TikTok: https://www.interpretingwine.com/TikTok
 

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