Aromatic, young, light
Tasting notes of cherry, raspberry, strawberry.
The Wine: Brouilly Bonnège
Wine produced by Pierre Cotton is a nod to his surname. Certified organic, it reveals an incredible freshness on the nose, fresh fruits and a beautiful minerality. A wine of extreme finesse that seduces from the first sip. The wine offers a wide tasting palate, with material that after a few years becomes lighter. A wine that we will never tire of sharing.
The producer: Pierre Cotton
It is very natural that Pierre Cotton has dedicated himself to wine, considering that his family has produced wine in the same winery in Odenas (Beaujolais) since 1856. After having worked as a mechanic for motorcycles, and after several practices in the Valley del Loire with natural winegrowers, Pierre returns to the family winery and produces his first red cuvée in 2014 with a single micro plot. At the same time as caring for his own wines, he commits himself more and more to his parents, tending towards few interventionist vinifications, to arrive at an expression of the grape very little retouched.
The Region: Beaujolais
Beaujolais is a French wine region that extends south of Burgundy and north of Lyon. It covers part of the north of the French department of the Rhône (Rhône-Alpes) and parts of the south of the department of Saône-et-Loire (Burgundy). Beaujolais (Biôjolês in Arpitan) was the name of one of the historical provinces of France and owes its name to the Castle of Beaujeu. The region is known internationally for its long winemaking tradition, and more recently for the popular Beaujolais nouveau. While administratively it is considered a part of the Burgundy wine region, the climate is more like the Rhone and the wine is sufficiently individualized to be considered independently of both Burgundy and the Rhone Valley. Its wine is generally made from the gamay grape, but like most French appellations of origin, it is not varietally labeled.
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