A benchmark wine of the Côte de Brouilly. Built in the fifteenth century on an ancient volcano that juts out steeply into the valley below. Each section of the vineyard is harvested and vilified separately to preserve the unique characteristics afforded by variations in exposure and altitude. According to the importer the wine resembles "...a country squire who is not afraid to get the boots muddy. Handsome, virile, earthy, and an aristocrat".
Grape: Gamay Noir
Soil: Blue Volcanic rock coursed of plagioclase and biotile
Farming: Organic practicing
Pairing: Spicy pasta, Chinese, pork
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