Jean's oldest vineyard is called ... Corcelette. Because he makes fantastic wine from this one too, the vineyard has grown enormously in reputation. Anyhow, there is nothing wrong with the terroir: location south-east, limestone and clay soil with granite and manganese, height around 350 meters, vines about 75 years old. Basically everything ideal. Compared to the tough C“te du Py, the Corcelette is more of a real beaujolais: softer, rounder, more subtle, more delicate. More feminine, so to speak, but you didn't get that from us. Furthermore, a Foillard in everything: fruit (cherries!), something rosey, a dash of herbs, juice, complexity. Delicious!
Jean's oldest vineyard is called ... Corcelette. Because he makes fantastic wine from this one too, ..
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