Grape variety :
100 % Gamay noir à jus blanc (Black Gamay with white juice)
Sandy granite soils, situated on a hillside neighbouring the Fleurie appellation.
handpicking, very careful selective sorting, vinification of whole grapes with a few hours of maceration before pressing.
in tanks in order to preserve all the aromas
to be enjoyed young within 1 or 2 years in order to preserve all of its freshness.
Aging potential :
2 to 3 years
Food matching :
This Beaujolais Villages Rosé should be enjoyed chilled in order to fully appreciate its aromas, its delicacy and its freshness. Serve between 8 and 10 °C as an aperitif or as an accompaniment for grilled meat, white meat, fish, seafood etc.
traditional white Bordeaux