La Côte du Py, Morgon, Le Cru Aux Roches Pourriés, 2014
This exemplary Côte du Py showcases Morgon's savory character.
|How it's made||
Roches Pourriés' refers to the crumbled, flaky rock rich in iron oxide and manganese which imparts a red ochre color to the soil of the prized vineyard of Côte du Py. Here 55 year old Gamay grapes are harvested by hand from the best vineyard in the Cru and only the best clusters of grapes are selected for the wine. Traditional vinification with semi-carbonic maceration of the grape clusters and a 10 day immersion of the cap in 'grilled' tanks.
The nose is perfumed with aromas of strawberry and raspberry. The palate is vibrant and fruity with hints of spruce and beetroot with an earthy finish.
Fantastic with game or other strong flavored meats.
Contains sulfites and no other allergens
|Region / Country||
Beaujolais / Maconnais, France
|Case / Bottle Size||
6 x 750ml
100 cases per pallet / 5 layers