The deep-hued juice in the glass yields a robustly pretty nose of red berries and flowers. On the palate, the wine exhibits a well-structured, yet crunchy freshness that delights the senses. The length and finesse in this wine are absolutely delicious, with ample acidity, bright fruit, floral hints, and mineral undertones. Overall, a delightful and well-crafted expression of Gamay that is sure to impress any wine lover.
WINEMAKER’S TASTING NOTES
The Chenas is a prime example of bush vine Gamay, grown in the intense granite soils of the Cru. The grapes are hand-harvested when they reach their ideal balance between sugar and acidity, and then brought to the cellar in Lancié where natural fermentation takes place in both stainless and cement vessels with whole clusters.
Winery: Sebestien Besson Class: Red Grape: gamay Region: Beaujolais Country: France Packaging: Bottle
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