Burgundy - Beaujolais - Coteaux-Bourguignons
Appearance: Ruby color
Nose: It releases notes of red and black berries and a cherry stony touch, reminding the aroma of its cousin, the Pinot Noir.
Palate: It is round and crisp on the palate, a bright and easy-to-drink wine.
Sommelier's advice: Serve between 15° et 18° with meat in sauce or grilled. It will also be a perfect match on some strong cheeses like Epoisses.
Grape variety/varieties: Gamay noir
Soil: Chalky-clayey sedimentary deposit with diverse type of rocks
Vinification: Maceration of whole bunches for 8 to 10 days, then pressing and completion of fermentation in vats for one month. Unfined and filtered before bottling.
Alcohol content: 12.5