This wine could harmoniously accompany white meats, fish like Fera (lake trout) with bacon and fresh cheeses.
“Brouilly at Circé“ competition:
Brouilly 2015 gold medal at Saint-Vincent de Macon
Black Gamay with white juice.
TERROIR ©©© The soil is granitic and stony, the vineyard is located at an altitude of 250 to 400 m, all on very sunny hillsides and slope gradients ranging from 25 to 40%. New planting patterns are put in place.
Wine production: winemaking and ageing
During the process of winemaking, a delectable combination of traditional and new methods which remain within the criteria of PDO is achieved. Thanks to oenological study and monitoring, the Domain was awarded numerous medals and rewards.
The wine is adorned with a ruby color. It is brilliant and clear. It reveals many tints and highlights that make it attractive.
The nose is expressive with notes of fresh red berries and English candies.
In the mouth, it is fresh, appetizing, with a slight thirst quenching feel that enhances the aromatic richness: redcurrant, raspberry and strawberry flavors linger on the finish, full of charm.
This wine can be enjoyed at any time of day, in a congenial atmosphere with relatives or friends. It would go well with grilled pork tenderloin, “Andouillette à la Beaujolaise” (tripe sausage), filet of red mullet a la plancha, grilled monkfish, a salad of lentils and rillons-cracklings, a sabodet (a type of big sausage) cooked in Beaujolais or just cheese.