This is the southernmost Cru of the Beaujolais. This beautiful, south-facing parcel is located at the foothill of Mount Brouilly on clay-limestone soils. The resulting wines are ripe and concentrated. Our Brouilly was fermented with 50% whole clusters, and the tannins are slightly more apparent here. The wine was aged in 228-liter barrels that are at least seven years’ old. These factors all contribute a bit more structure, rendering it a perfect pair with red meat for carnivores and grilled eggplant for those who prefer veggies. A lovely wine in 2018!