2022 Paul Durdilly et Fils 'Les Grandes Coasses', Beaujolais, France (750ml)

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Domaine Paul Durdilly is a small father and son team with some of the highest altitude vineyards in the Beaujolais appellation. Paul tends to his 20 small parcels of vines, scattered in and around the tiny hamlet of Le Bois d’Oignt, according to lutte raisonnée principles, avoiding treatments whenever possible. Nearly half the region’s soil is limestone, similar to the Côte d’Or—rather than the typical Beaujolais granite, lending a remarkable minerality to the wines. Durdilly’s vines are mostly older, ranging in age from 40 (average) to 80-years-old.

100% Gamay. The grapes were hand-harvested and fermented on indigenous yeasts in cement tanks. It was aged in a combination of tank and older, large foudre, and then bottled unfined and unfiltered. A pure, refined Gamay wine with a Burgundian personality, grown on soils more common to Vosne-Romanée than Beaujolais.

Inviting violet aromas. The palate shows flavors of dark cherry, black raspberry and red plum. Fresh and fruity with silky tannins and a supple, juicy finish.

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