Produced by Dominique Piron in association with the Lameloise family, this wine from strong granite soil reveals a firm texture and dense tannins. The fruit suggests very ripe, concentrated black plums and damsons. It is wine to age, drink from 2019.
This shows focus and depth, brimming with blackberry coulis, plum and rose tea notes. Elements of kirsch and mineral strike midpalate, extending through a minerally finish framed by moderate tannins. Drink now through 2022. 1,700 cases made.
Chénas Quartz represent what a Cru Beaujolais can be at its best, complex, powerful, mineral, structured, with a long finish, and a good capacity for ageing in bottle. The nose is complex, black and red fruits, spices (white and black peper), and more and more floral after 3-4 years in Bottle. The place where Quartz is produced is looking like the Côte Rôtie, full of granites with quartz, facing south east, very steep and rocky.
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