BROUILLY  

Lieu-dit "LA CHAIZE" Monopole

Soil/Topography

Magnificent steep hillside behind the Castle. In the center of the plot, the Clos de La Chaize, protected by its walls built in 1676.
The soil is made of porphyroid granite which gives elegance and length to the wines produced on this terroir.

Winemaking process

Plot vinification (100% Gamay noir)
Destemming: 100% Destemmed
Yeasts type : wild
Maceration : Cold soak for 2 days. 20 days in stainless steel. Pumping over and offloading. No treading. SO2 addition after MLF & at bottling
Maturation : 18 months in a Taransaud oak vat

Technical notes

Ingredients : Grapes & sulphites

Calories : 100 kcal/12cl

Alcohol content : 14,82%

Total acidity : 3,68 g/L

SO2 Total : 64 mg/L

Residual sugar : 1,7 g/L

Tasting notes

Color : Deep ruby with purple highlights

Nose : Shimmering scents of lily and viola, notes of black cherry, spices

Palate : The juice is fruity with a delicate finish. The granite gives off the scent of stones heated by the sun. Great texture and ageing potential

Service temperature : 59°F