Domaine Pascal Aufranc
At the end of the path, a preserved and confidential terroir with 70 year old vines surrounded by woods and fields.
FARMING AND TASTING NOTES
Varietal : 100% Gamay Noir. Vineyard area : 3,75 acres. Density of plantation : 4000 vines per acre. Vine Age : 75 years old. Plot : En Remont Soil type : Sand, granite and quartz. Elevation : 300m. Exposure : West. Farming : Sustainable farming favoring the biodiversity, putting straw in the vines. Winemaking : From 8 to 10 days maceration with whole cluster in gridded vats. Aging : 8 months in concrete vats on fine lees. Clarification : Light filtration Dark garnet robe with blue tints. The nose is displaying black fruits and spicy notes such as cinnamon. A very round and generous palate marked with soft tannins and a long and bright finish.
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