Parcels of our Beaujolais blanc are situated in the village of Saint-Amour (Rhône) and on the ‘plateau du bois de Loyse’, in the village of La Chapelle de Guinchay near Beaujolais, in Saône-et-Loire. The soils are mainly composed of limestone and clay interspersed with sandy granite veins.
The grapes are pressed and musts are settled under controlled temperature. Alcoholic fermentation takes place at low temperature (18-20°C or 65-68°F). The wine is aged for a short time in stainless steel tanks to preserve its minerality, purity of fruit and crisp acidity.
Intense notes of white flowers and light aromas of tropical fruit.
Beautiful minerality and a perfect balance between roundness and acidity.
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