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Beaujolais, Morgon, Fleurie, Brouilly… Our wines, rich from our unique terroir, reflect our commitment, our passion and our expertise.

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Beaujolais Blanc – Roche Noire

Beaujolais de Fêtes

Cedric’s signature

Origin
1.16 hectares of East-facing vines

Vinification
Pressing, settling and clarification. Alcoholic fermentation and ageing in stainless steel vats. Low-temperature vinification (12 to 16°C). No malolactic fermentation.

STYLE
With its straw-colored robe, this wine offers subtle notes of white flowers and peach. Its delicate, elegant and full mouthfeel is characteristic of superior Beaujolais Blanc wines.

Soil
Granitic – calcareous soil

Variety

100% Chardonnay

Vine density

8000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

10 years

Average yield

70 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

8000 bottles

Maturing

5 to 6 years in order to retain its primary « young » aroma

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Beaujolais Village – GAM Vin Nature

Festive Beaujolais

Cedric’s signature

Origin
2.02 hectares of vines split over 2 very different types of land (“The Extremes”), one flat and one hillside.

Vinification
Short vatting period, in order to focus solely on the extraction of the wine’s fruity characteristics (5 to 8 days). With no added yeast or SO2, we leave this little gem alone, and let the malolactic fermentation occur naturally. We add a minimal amount of SO2 just prior to bottling for stability.

STYLE
This fruit-forward wine offers red berry aromas and a garnet-colored robe. With its delicate, elegant and full mouthfeel this wine has all the characteristics of the hillside young Beaujolais-Village wines.

Soil
Half of the vines grow on flat clay soil, and the other half on sandy granitic hillside soil.

Variety

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Vine density

10 000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

60 years

Average yield

56 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

8000 bouteilles

Ageing

In vats

Maturing

Better enjoyed within the year for its fruity aromas, but can be kept for 3 or 4 years.

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Brouilly – Pisse Vieille

Expressive Beaujolais: Shaped by the Terroir

Origin
1.39 hectares of south-facing vines in Cercié, in an area locally known as Pisse Vieille.

Vinification
We harvest these vines manually and sort the grapes very carefully to keep only the best ones. Partial destemming help soften tannins. This is a traditional Beaujolais vinification. Vatting will last 8 to 12 days in a temperature-controlled environment.

STYLE
This particular terroir delivers a deep and intense ruby-colored robe and fruitier rather than floral aromas, with clear red berry and cherry flavors. Mineral notes complete its Gamay bouquet.

Soil
Pebbly soil with old alluvial deposits

Variety

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Vine density

10 000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

50 years

Average yield

56 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

12 000 bottles

Ageing

In vats

Maturing

This delicate and joyful wine can be kept for 3 to 5 years.

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Fleurie – La Madone

Expressive Beaujolais: Shaped by the Terroir

Origin
1.33 hectares of South-facing vines in Fleurie, just below the Chapel of the Madonna.

Vinification
We harvest these vines manually and sort the grapes very carefully to keep only the best ones. Partial destemming help soften tannins. This is a traditional Beaujolais vinification. Vatting will last 8 to 12 days in a temperature-controlled environment.

STYLE
This particular terroir delivers a deep and intense ruby-colored robe and more floral aromas, rather than fruity. Slightly mineral finish.

Soil
Light granitic sand

Variety

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Vine density

10 000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

50 years

Average yield

56 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

12 000 bottles

Ageing

In vats

Maturing

This delicate and joyful wine can be kept for 3 to 5 years

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Morgon – Corcelette

Expressive Beaujolais: Shaped by the Terroir

Origin
6 hectares of vines in the Corcelette area, facing South/South-East, in Villié-Morgon.

Vinification
We harvest these vines manually and sort the grapes very carefully to keep only the best ones. This is a traditional semi-carbonic Beaujolais vinification with a pomace grill in order to extract as much color and tannins as possible. Vatting will last 10 to 16 days in a temperature-controlled environment.

STYLE
With its garnet robe, this terroir offers kirsch liqueur and ripe stone fruit aromas.

Soil
Light granitic soil

Variety

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Vine density

10 000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

50 years

Average yield

56 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

20 000 bottles

Ageing

In vats

Maturing

Full-bodied and fresh on the palate, this wine can be laid down for 3 to 9 years.

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Brouilly – Vieilles vignes

Exceptional Beaujolais

Origin
0.4 hectare of south-facing vines in Cercié, in an area locally known as Pisse Vieille

Vinification
We harvest these vines manually and sort the grapes very carefully to keep only the best ones. Partial destemming help soften tannins. This is a traditional Beaujolais vinification. Vatting will last 10 to 18 days in a temperature-controlled environment.

STYLE
This very special terroir offers a deep and intense ruby-colored robe. Very aromatic and fruit-forward, this wine delivers clear red-berry and cherry flavors, along with subtle mineral notes completing its Gamay bouquet. The toasted aromas on the nose and finish stem from its wood-barrel ageing.

Soil
Pebbly soil with old alluvial deposits

Variety

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Vine density

10 000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

70 years

Average yield

40 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

2000 bottles

Ageing

4 months in demi-muids

Maturing

This delicate and joyful wine can be kept for 3 to 5 years.

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Fleurie – Vieilles Vignes

Exceptional Beaujolais

Origin
1.33 hectares of South-facing vines in Fleurie, just below the Chapel of the Madonna.

Vinification
We harvest these vines manually and sort the grapes very carefully to keep only the best ones. Partial destemming help soften tannins. This is a traditional Beaujolais vinification. Vatting will last 10 to 18 days in a temperature-controlled environment.

STYLE
This terroir offers a deep-red robe, floral aromas and a red berry flavor explosion in the mouth. Delicate finish with subtle notes of oak.

Soil
Light granitic sand

Variety

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Vine density

10 000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

50 years

Average yield

56 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

5 000 bottles

Ageing

12 months in demi-muids

Maturing

This delicate and joyful wine can be kept for 3 to 5 years

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Morgon – Vieilles Vignes

Exceptional Beaujolais

Origin
This is an assemblage of Old Vines aged between 70 and 100 years, all south-facing.

Vinification
We harvest these vines manually and sort the grapes very carefully to keep only the best ones. Partial destemming help soften tannins. This is a traditional semi-carbonic Beaujolais vinification with a pomace grill in order to extract as much color and tannins as possible. Vatting will last 10 to 12 days in a temperature-controlled environment.

STYLE
With its deep ruby-colored robe, this wine delivers definite red berry flavors with a slightly woody finish that doesn’t overtake its typical fruity aroma. This strong wine become more delicate with ageing, developing Pinot Noir notes, we call this taste evolution “Morgonning”.

Soil
Light granitic soil

Variety

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Vine density

10 000 vines per hectare

Average vine age

90 years

Average yield

35 hectoliters per hectare

Yearly production

5 000 to 8 000 bottles

Ageing

Started in 7-to-8 year-old casks, and finished in foudres between 12 and 18 months, until bottling.

Maturing

This wine can be laid down for up to 10-12 years, but will taste its best between 3 and 8 years.

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Morgon – Les Charmes By Cédric Lathuilière

Beaujolais by Cédric Lathuilière

Each year, Cédric samples a number of local Morgon wines, and carefully selects the one he thinks is the most representative of our local terroir.

Origin
One of the six local Morgon Cru areas in Villié-Morgon

Vinification
We harvest these vines manually and sort the grapes very carefully to keep only the best ones. This is a traditional semi-carbonic Beaujolais vinification with a pomace grill in order to extract as much color and tannins as possible. Vatting will last 8 to 10 days in a temperature-controlled environment. We add a minimal amount of SO2 just prior to bottling for stability.

STYLE
With its garnet robe, this terroir offers very flavorful black and red berry aromas.

Soil
Deep granitic soil

Variety Vine density

100% White-juiced Black Gamay

Average vine age

10 000 vines per hectare

Average yield

50 years

Yearly production in 2017

40 hectoliters per hectare

Ageing

In vats

Maturing

Full-bodied and fresh on the palate, this wine can be laid down for 3 to 9 years

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