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Red Wine / France / Beaujolais / Côte de Brouilly AOC / 14 % vol / 100% Gamay
Ranked by our clients in the TOP 10 Beaujolais

CÔTE DE BROUILLY 2020 - JEAN-CLAUDE LAPALU

0,75 L Red Wine / France / Beaujolais / Côte de Brouilly AOC / 14 % vol / 100% Gamay

AB (organic wine)
A fabulous Côte de Brouilly, to savour over the next decade...
If this wine used to be more austere, it is now packed with black fruits such as blackberries and blackcurrants. The freshness and minerality typical of the terroir are accompanied by a deep and complex material on a perfectly chiselled palate. A real treat and enthusiasts will not be mistaken in considering this Beaujolais wine the best of Côte de Brouilly wine.
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CÔTE DE BROUILLY 2020 - JEAN-CLAUDE LAPALU
  Vintage
2020
  Grape Variety
100% Gamay
  Bio
AB (organic wine)
  Character
Fleshy and fruity red wine
  Style
Supple
  Sight
Ruby colour, slightly violet
  Service Temperature
18°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink until
2030
  Food and wine matching
White meat, Poultry, Game meat, Cheese
  Recommended with
Game birds, pasta


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LAPALU JEAN-CLAUDE

"If I had not been a winegrower, I would have been a cook" explains Jean-Claude Lapalu, son and grandson of Beaujolais winegrowers, fascinated by the sensual shapes of the grape. Oscillating between these two professions, this true winegrower-cook has set himself a mission: to give nose and palate to his wines, themselves reflections of his terroir. As soon as the estate is taken over, Jean-Claude strives to apply old-fashioned work in order to preserve reciprocity between the quality of the vine and that of the product: no chaptalization, no sulphur, bottling when there is no moon, natural corks and ageing in oak from the Tronay forest. On the vineyard side, the transformation is also gaining ground with a switch to reasoned pest management, the promotion of grass cover and a drop in yields. In the end, this reconversion bore fruit wonderfully, giving quality wines, with minerality and, above all, a natural fruitiness specific to Gamay.

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