For the Love of Place

16th generation winemaker Jean-Louis Chave goes deep into Rhône terroir—and his roots

For the Love of Place
Jean-Louis Chave on the iconic hill of Hermitage, the source of his estate’s flagship wine, a global benchmark for Syrah. (Andrew Kovalev)
From the Nov 30, 2019, issue

Rhône stalwart Jean-Louis Chave is protecting his family's legacy in the region while expanding into new vineyards, balancing tradition and ambition in his world-class wines.

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