Facing Mount Brouilly, the château and its vines spread southwards over a purple granite hill - contrary to the rest of Brouilly, which is mostly sandy soil.
A low yielding year in Beaujolais due to summer hails but the surviving fruit was ripe and of excellent quality.
A beautiful ruby colour with a bouquet that perfectly balances the power and finesse of peony and red fruits. The silky tannins bring roundness and a lot of charm.
- Grilled and Roasted Red Meats
- Mild Creamy Cheeses