The Saburin vineyard is one of the nine “lieu-dits” in Brouilly. It is located on the slopes of a south facing hill between Odenas and Quincié-en-Beaujolais. Nicolas’ parcel is at an altitude of 350 meters and faces south/south-east. The terrain is quite steep, and the predominant soil is pink granite. The vines are densely planted and pruned in the “gobelet” style. The vinification is carbonic, using indigenous yeasts, and is done without SO2. The maceration lasts 15 days after which the wine is matured on its fine lees until the spring. Before bottling, which is done with the waning moon, a small dose of SO2 is added. The wine is un-filtered.
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