Winemaking

THINK GAMAY !
The exclusive Gamay Noir à Jus Blanc has been grown in the Beaujolais region since the beginning of 17th century, and still to-day the majority of the land planted with it throughout the world seems to be in Beaujolais.This hardy and productive variety requires constant efforts to curb its vigour and control its yield. To give their best, the vines need to be planted close together, from 5000 to 10000 vines per hectare (approx. 2.5 acres), and the crop to be handmade, which create significantly higher costs than in other wines of same level.Part of the Beaujolais wines follow then an original wine making process called "semi-carbonic in whole bunches". This vinification type, quite specific to the Beaujolais area, is particularly well suited to get the very best fresh aromas from the Gamay.
Think Gamay
Think Gamay
Think Gamay
Think Gamay
THE ART OF ASSEMBLAGE
For Beaujolais Royal, our work is first to select and age the best wines from the appellation, wines that express all the richness and possibly the diversity of the Beaujolais vineyards. Our various blends will allow then the best possible balance, including with the help of earlier vintages, kept at our cellars in perfect cool conditions.This "assemblage" allows a style, as consistent as nature affords, which is definitely the added-value of Beaujolais Royal, that garantee a top quality wine to be enjoyed all year long.
The Art of Assemblage
The Art of Assemblage
The Art of Assemblage
The Art of Assemblage

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