The Bonnège plot shows great resilience every year. The wine brilliantly oscillates between power, freshness and elegance.
Piémont soil originating from the metamorphic rock of Mont Brouilly formed 400 million years ago and called Blue Stone in the area.
Manual harvest, partial destemming followed by maceration for 15 days. Ageing on fine lees in stainless steel vats.
This Régnié, which reveals beautiful melted tannins and a rather freshness balance. It is a wine without added sulphite developed with a non-interventionist philosophy based on observation.
Very old vines on a gravely soils made of pink granite.
Small berries picked at perfect maturity, gentle extraction of tanins by slow punch downs followed by an ageing period on fine lees. No added sulfites at any stage.
Brouilly is the Cru du Beaujolais covering the largest surface area. This Brouilly comes from the commune of Odenas, and its distinctive feature is the vineyard’s exposure with its slight northerly dip. Tasting reveals a round palate with a silky body and refreshing finish.
Soil composed of weathered granite and decomposing “blue stones”.
Manual harvesting. Partial destemming followed by a 15-day maceration. Aged on fine lees in stainless steel vats.
The vines – planted at an average altitude of 350 metres – are exclusively Gamay Noir, which thrive on steep hillsides. This Beaujolais-Villages is well structured and balanced. The range of aromas give way to a persistent and intense finish.
Sandy soil on weathered granite with 50-year-old vines on average.
Manual harvesting. Whole cluster vinification for twelve days. Aged on fine lees in stainless steel vats.
Organic and no added sulphite wines Rift 71 / Rift 69 / Fleurie Organic / Pouilly-Fuissé Organic / Saint-Véran Organic Discover