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.