Les Vieilles Vignes

Présentation :

In the vineyard

Varietal: Gamay

Terroir: Clay-limestone and granite

Exposure: Southeast and South Density: 10 000 vines per ha

Vine age: up to 85 years

Pruning: Goblet : 4 renewal spurs, 2 eyes

Yield: 40 to 50 hl/ha

Harvest: by hand, entire grapes, transport in cases, double sorting on the parcel


After sorting, the entire grapes are displayed in as they were back in the old days. Fermentation takes place at low temperatures to maintain freshness and fruit aromas, unique characteristics of Beaujolais Villages. Each terroir is turned to wine separately and then blended with the others.

Alcohol content: 13 % vol

Dégustation :

Intense ruby red color clear and limpid Nose mingling with notes of black fruits, red fruits and a touch of mocha. Mouth revealing all curvy soft tannins with a finish on the fruit.

Serve at about 12°C

Récompenses :

90/100 Decanter Magazine

Accords mets et vins :

Wine & Food pairing

Filet mignon de Porc grillé

Andouillette à la Beaujolaise

Filet de rouget a la plancha

Salade de lentilles et rillons

Sabodet au beaujolais

Pavé de lotte grillée

Fromage quejo da serra

Porc aux haricots noirs comme à Cuba

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