Frédéric Cossard

Saint-Romain, Bourgogne



This Vin de France is a declassified Beaujolais-Villages that features Gamay from a number of parcels around Villié-Morgon. The grapes were fermented as whole bunches for a fortnight, before a short rest in concrete eggs. A gorgeous, pale hue in the glass, this really draws you in with soaring notes of raspberry and stones, whilst the palate impresses with a pleasant blood-orange bitterness that offers no shortage of refreshment. This sums up everything we love about Beaujolais.

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