This regional appellation with the term “villages” added to it means that the grapes were harvested in one of 38 selected communes within the Beaujolais appellation. This appellation covers a surface of 6 000 hectares.
Semi-carbonic maceration and vinification take place in thermo-regulated stainless steel tanks at 30°C. The wine is allowed to rest for 3 to 6 months in the tank.
Ancient granitic and shistous rock. Slow decomposition of granite has yielded sandy siliceous soil known as “gore”, the depth of which can vary from a dozen centimetres to several metres depending on the area.
COLOUR : Crimson in colour, limpid.
NOSE : Predominant notes of banana underpinned by hints of other fruity (pineapple, fruit drop candies) and floral aromas.
PALATE : Elegant and classy, exuberant and fleshy, with flavours of banana and fruit salad. A fresh and lingering wine.
It is a pleasurable wine for every occasion. This wine can be drinked with snacks, meats, poultry, grills...