The ‘Beaujolais village nouveau’ 2016 is revealed in a pale cherry color with purplish reflections. On the red fruits nose, the taster is led onto notes of wild strawberry and raspberry, with hints of blackcurrant. Typical aromas of banana and floral scents, such as violets and broom, give this wine a special character. This vintage is meant sensual and festive.
In the mouth a silky fruity note dominates and produces an extreme gourmet sensation, associated with a supple and delicate texture, with silky and soft tannins. The acidity is discreet but sufficient to refresh the mouth. Enjoy with a snack or as an aperitif with a platter of assorted salami, ham, pork sausages and meats, and rillettes of Le Mans.
The influence of the four terroirs located on pink granite soils with calcareous marl substrates gives the Brouilly Domaine Amaury a deep ruby color. It gives off aromas of red fruits with a slight plant note. It combines roundness and harmony. Well-balanced and full-bodied, it has a remarkable long finish. Thanks to its freshness, fruity notes, suppleness and charm, it is highly appreciated by many and varied connoisseurs who remain faithful to it. Moreover, its delicacy, its aroma and its elegance make it the ideal wine for women of taste. It is the Beaujolais wine most appreciated in and around Paris. The most extensive and most southern of the Beaujolais wines derives its name from Mount Brouilly, where Brulius, lieutenant of the Roman army, had his headquarters.
Black Gamay with white juice.