Beaujolais-Village Rosé

Terroir, Climate, Soil

Grape variety: Gamay

Average vine age: 40 years

Hectares of vines: 1 hectare

How the wine is made

Harvest: manual with careful sorting

Yield: 52 HL/Hectare

Vinification: direct pressing

Alcohol by Volume: 13 degrees

Bottling: on the estate

The Beaujolais-Villages Rosé is crafted by pressing the grapes after just one short day of maceration, allowing the juice to take on a hint of color. It is then vinified in the same way as a white wine, in stainless steel vats at low temperatures.

Beaujolais-Villages Rosé, with it’s rose petal hue, gives off fresh fruit and citrus aromas; it has great length.

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