Grape variety : Gamay noir à jus blancFleurie

Soil : Granitic, alluvial soil

Exposition : Sud – Sud-Est

Avergae vine age : 50 years old

Cellaring : from 4 to 6 years


Manual harvest

 

 

Selective sorting of the yield on a sorting table

The grapes for this wine come from southeast facing plots at the foot of the Chapel perched on the hill above the village of Fleurie.

They are vinified in whole bunches. After vatting lasting 8 to 9 days comes pneumatic pressing, then maturing in vats for 6 months.

A refined aromatic wine in a carmine robe, it opens out to aromas of very ripe black-skinned fruit.


A partner to :

- A country-style pâté

- Poultry

- Pigeon

- Leg of lamb

- Fresh goat’s cheese

You can also enjoy is cuvée as an aperitif.
Serve at 13°C (55°F).

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