Surface: 573 hectares

Production in 2018: 29 191 hectolitres / approx. 3 000 000 bottles

Soils: The greater part of the soils consists of a line of “blue stone” formed from an amalgamation of slate and diorites. The slopes are extremely steep and mostly south facing, giving way to ancient alluvial plains and clay sub-soils to the east.

: Minerality, freshness, elegance

Aspect: Intense, deep ruby red

Nose: Red fruits such as strawberry and redcurrant, cinnamon, and floral notes of violet and peony

Palate: Strawberry, violet, cinnamon, redcurrant and peony

Characteristics: Spread across 4 communes, mainly in the Rhône and partly in the Saône-et-Loire, this terroir benefits from good sunshine exposure. The average altitude varies between 230 and 430 metres in the extreme north-west. The vineyards probably have the greatest diversity of soils in all of Beaujolais: slate, diorites, sandstone and clay.

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