The Château de la Terrière has stood in Cercié, facing Mount Brouilly since the 14th century, in the heart of the Beaujolais region. It is one of the oldest estates in the region.
Its vines, averaging over 50 years old in age, spread southwards over a purple granite hill – contrary to the rest of Brouilly, which is mostly planted on sandy soil.
Traditional whole-bunch vinification. Approx. 15-day maceration. Aged for 9 months in cements vats.
TASTING NOTES – The nose is very aromatic, with strawberry and raspberry summer fruit aromas. Round, delicate palate with a mineral finish.
FOOD & WINE PAIRINGS – The perfect partner for a burger, white meat or tuna fish (tuna or grilled salmon).
VEGGIE : Salads and red fruit tart.