Côte de Brouilly

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Surface: 316 hectares

Production in 2014
: 15 213 hectolitres / approx. 2 028 000 bottles

Soils
: These complex soils are formed of seams of « blue stone » mingled with very resistant microdiorites and more friable shale. Almost two thirds of the vineyards are implanted on steep, stony slopes.

Attributes
: Generosity and elegance

Aspect
: Purple in colour

Nose
: Fresh grapes and iris flowers

Palate
: Delicate and tensile

Characteristics
: At the summit of Mont Brouilly, the veritable emblem of the appellation, the vines cover a small area across four communes: Saint-Lager,
Odenas, Quincié, and Cercié. The wines of Côte de Brouilly are generous, with fine tannins and aromas evocative of pepper, with small macerated black berry fruits and mineral notes.
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