Gamay and Groslot from the Loire Valley. Garnet and cloudy in the glass with pretty scents of black cherry pit, apple core and limestone. This is a buoyant and delightfully fruity expression of Loire Valley Gamay with zesty minerality and vibrant acidity.
Age of Vines: 10 to 50 years
Yields: 40 hl/ha 4,000 bottles
Pruning Method: Cordon
Vinification Method: Grapes are harvested by hand and destemmed before maceration, which lasts for five days. The wine rests in tank for six months before it is bottled without sulfites or filtration.
Pairing: Grilled chicken, braised rabbit, braised pork loin, hearty vegetarian dishes, savory casseroles, and creamy cheeses.