A bottle of Domaine de Binet Chambourcin, an Australian red wine from the Hunter Valley region. The white label depicts a cockerel.

Domaine de Binet Chambourcin

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Aroma & Palate Full-bodied, with spice and red fruit
Varietal Chambourcin
Style Cosy & Christmassy

NOTE: Secret Bottle does not currently stock this wine. If you are interested in purchasing in case or half-case formats, contact us at wine@secretbottle.com.au and we may be able to help.

Our Notes

Chambourcin, a grape usually used as it is here for a velvet-smooth red wine, is unusual among wine grapes for having juice that’s naturally red rather than being tinted that colour by skin contact. Here, it’s beautifully autumnal, with forest notes, some earth and Christmas-cake/gingerbread spiciness. 

Highly wholesome stuff that’ll transport you to a December a fair bit darker and cosier than what we’ll be getting.

Winemakers Comments

Chambourcin a hybrid variety is a wonderful alternative to heavy reds and this Chambourcin is a rich deep ruby red/purple in colour. With aromas of forest fruits, plums, pepper and spice. It is full bodied with a medium finish we suggest you chill it and drink it now. Can be enjoyed with or without a meal, serve with charcuterie or tapas if you prefer.

About the Winemaker

Daniel Binet, the founder of Domaine De Binet, is fast becoming one of the Hunter Valley’s most recognized young winemakers and has a great ability to de-mystify the world of wine in a natural and engaging way.

Daniel has been a winemaker for over 17 years in the Hunter Valley wine region of New South Wales, Australia and has been twice nominated for The Wine Society’s Young Winemaker of the Year, Hunter Valley Rising Star, and recently the Hunter Wine Excellence scholarship.

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