100% Gamay. The Terres Dorées L'Ancien vines are Jean Paul's oldest vines at 40-60 years old. They grow on the sandy clay-limestone hills in his home village of Charnay in the southern Beaujolais and yield small,... Read More
Fantastic strawberry notes with aromatic intensity and balance. It shows gorgeous purity and lift that comes from the organically farmed old-vine Gamay. The beautiful terroir shines through with clear definition and racy floral... Read More
Red garnet robe with purple highlights. Nose displaying grapey notes with red berries and a touch of spice. Very fresh, fruity in the palate with a nice acidity in the finish. Serve with a slight chill.
Juicy and light on its feet, the gamay brings lively freshness and tart red berry fruit, while the pinot contributes silky texture and the faintest hints of licorice and smoke. The combination is precise, elegant and refreshing... Read More
If you like the body of Gamay but are looking for something with more autumnal flavors to bite into, you’ll love this Cab Franc! With its vibrant cranberry color, and a burst of bright red currant, olive, tobacco, and herbs,... Read More
Vivid ruby. Spice-accented red and dark berries on the perfumed nose, along with smoky mineral and floral accents. Sappy, penetrating raspberry and boysenberry flavors show fine definition and spicy cut. In a concentrated yet... Read More
Lighter medium-bodied, dry. Crunchy brambleberry, cranberries, raspberry with sage, and a slight mineral, earthy component. The soft tannins offer balance and quaffability. It can take a slight chill if it suits you.
Foillard’s wine, with its sensuous notes of red fruit, mouthwatering acidity, and low alcohol, tastes as if he crafted it specifically for this bouchon table. With a slight chill, this rouge, made with Gamay from parcels... Read More