- Author: Jules Chauvet
- Publisher: Éditions de l'Épure
- Language: Bilingual French/English
- Release date: 07/2020
- Number of pages: 156
- Dimensions: 21 x 13 cm
- Weight: 310g
- Format: softcover
- ISBN: 9782352553106
To taste is to compare, so it is basically to know. To know, you have to multiply your investigations by observing, noting your impressions ... English version at the end of the book.
"But it is also necessary to know that our senses are imperfect, and that to make them faithful, the will, the attention are essential. Time helping, because the experience is very long, the thoughtful tasting provides to the taster, if he carries within him the love of Beauty, Truth and Wine, the deep joy of entering this domain where nature likes to concentrate its genius. " Jules Chauvet
The Jules Chauvet Collection is aimed at everyone, technicians and non-technicians. It reflects the man and his work; his analytical, aesthetic, humanist approach to wine.
Jules Chauvet [1907-1989] was a wine merchant-breeder, based in La Chapelle-de-Guinchay in Beaujolais. In addition to his qualities as a winemaker and taster, he possessed skills as a chemist, acquired at the Lyon chemistry school and then from Otto Warburg, with whom he had a long correspondence. He worked in particular on yeasts, malolactic fermentation and carbonic maceration. A pedagogue, driven by a great force of conviction, he is considered today as the father of the natural wine movement. He left a scientific work on the chemistry of wine and tasting, unique in the world.
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