Very influenced by its four terroirs varying from pink granite to marl/limestone, Brouilly has an intense, deep ruby colour, with aromas that are more fruity than floral, with clear suggestions of red berry fruits, of plum, and even a few mineral notes revealing the bouquet of the Gamay grape variety. This wine is produced by 400 wine-growers. With its well-integrated tannins, it offers finesse and delight. An odd fact: none of the communes in this appellation actually bear this name
The southernmost and most extensive of the fine wines in Beaujolais in fact gets its name from Mont Brouilly, where Brulius, a lieutenant in the Roman army, had his headquarters.
Martine and Gilles love their job and their land and are happy to share their passion for wine with their guests.
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