The nose boasts aromas of candied fruits, red cherries, lavender and bramble fruit. On the palate, it has a lovely structure, with rounded tannins and bright acidity. The flavours are concentrated and layered, leading to a long finish on the palate.
The Gamay grapes were 100% destemmed upon arrival at the winery. Fermentation took place in stainless-steel tanks and the cap was pumped over twice. The wine remained on its skins for three weeks, resulting in a beautiful, rich colour and finely structured tannins. After pressing, the wine remained in stainless steel to retain its hallmark freshness. It was not fined but was lightly filtered before bottling.
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