Known as the “Elegant Wine on the Hill,” this Beaujolais has bright fruit and delicate minerality from the volcanic slopes of Mount Brouilly where this wine hails.
Certified organic farming practices, hand-harvested and partial whole-cluster fermentation.
This varietal Gamay is everything you want from Cru Beaujolais: it’s medium bodied, it’s acid laden, and it’s loaded silky, fruit-driven flavors with a touch of soft, sweet spice on the finish. The wine is as natural as it gets: organic/biodynamic, hand-harvested, native yeasts, and bottled unfined/unfiltered.
This wine is named after Anne-Laure and Thomas’ first little girl, Cléa, who was born in 2017. Thomas likes to say that it matches his daughter’s personality, which is “full of character.” Only 91 cases produced.
This rich and juicy Gamay checks all of our boxes. Its fruit-forward and thirst-quenching, yet structured enough to stand up to a variety of foods. New World wine lovers looking for a riper expression of the variety, this one’s for you.
The beautiful minerality found in this wine is attributed to the “roche pourrie” schist soil that gives Gamay from Morgon its famous complexity. Less than 200 cases produced.
This bottle of Cru Beaujolais is light bodied, vibrant, and extremely fresh! The wine was produced using organic/biodynamic farming practices, hand-harvested fruit, and native yeasts. The wine was bottled unfined/unfiltered, and no sulfites were added. Only 625 cases produced.
Beaujolais has 10 crus and Morgon is one of them. Wines from this particular cru are generally darker and fuller bodied than those from other crus.