Black Gamay with white juice.
The slighty slopes are the results of a strong alteration of old rocks. The extraordinary diversity of this cru can be explained by the presence of the two juxtaposed flaws: the limestone and the granitic soils.
Vine and soil
Vineyard age: 47 years old.
Yield: 56 hectoliters per hectar.
A rigorous plot selection is made on single estate.
Vines are planted on sandy soil, with old pebbly soils.They are pruned « en gobelet ». They are managed with substainable farming methods. It gives a extraordinary complexity to the Gamay wine!
Food and wine pairing
Poultry with cream and morrels pairs perfectly with this Saint-Amour.
It would be recommended to appreciate this wine quite fresh, between 15 and 18°C. (59-64°F.), in order to be seduced by the complexity of its aromas.
This Saint-Amour is full of charm in its youth. It can also be aged more than 5 years.