Brouilly - Vuril
Highly influenced by its 4 soils ranging from pink granite to marl-limestone substrates, the Brouilly delivers a deep and intense ruby color, more fruity and floral aromas with frank evocations of red berries, plum and even some mineral notes. which restore the bouquet of gamay.
From its melted tannins, the wine offers finesse and joy.
Singularity, none of the municipalities of the appellation bears his name.
The most extensive and southernmost of the Beaujolais wines derives its name from Mount Brouilly, where Brulius, a lieutenant of the Roman army, sat.
AOP Brouilly (Cru du Beaujolais)
2 ha 50 at Vuril in Charentay
Deep soils of clay, silt and white limestone
|AVERAGE AGE OF VINES|
100% Gamay black with white juice
|DENSITY OF PLANTATION|
8 000 ceps per hectare
40 hectoliters per hectare
In concrete vats for 10-12 lm - bottled on the estate
|FOOD WINE AGREEMENT|
Enjoy friends with red meat and seasonal vegetables