A Windmill on top of a hill is emblematic of the oldest Beaujolais designation. The cru Fleurie is to the southwest of the vineyards and the Chénas designation to the north. Gores, or crumbled granite, produce a wine that is both full-bodied and fine, good for aging and which can sometimes be compared to its Burgundy cousins from the Côte d'Or.
• Semi-carbonic maceration 12 to 15 days • Alcoholic fermentation at controlled temperatures • 100% malolactic fermentation • Exclusively aged in Demi-Muids. (600 liter barrels).
Drink with poultry or a typical regional dish such as the Beaujolais andouillette.
During the harvest, grapes are exclusively hand-picked with care by our grape-pickers.
14 ° C
5 to 6 years