2022 Chateau Grand Pre Beaujolais - Harvest Wine Shop

2022 Chateau Grand Pré Beaujolais

2022 Chateau Grand Pré Beaujolais

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A very classic tasting Beaujolais with loads of freshness from natural winemaking techniques.

Organic, no added sulfur, indigenous yeasts, carbonic maceration, no fining or filtering, aged 8 months in neutral oak -- a great natural wine.

Tasting Notes raspberries, candied cherries, bubble gum
Variety 100% Gamay
Region Beaujolais, France
Volume 750ml
Alcohol Volume 13.0%

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Château de Grand Pré is a family estate located in the southern part of Burgundy, in the communes of Fleurie and Villié-Morgon. Louis and Renée Bertrand bought the domaine in 1972. Today, the winery is run by their children, Guy (with his wife Annick) and Christine (married to Claude Zordan). Their grandson Romain Zordan also works with the family. Together, they tend to the estate vines with complete respect for the environment. The vineyards spread over 8 hectares: 6ha in Fleurie, 1.5ha in Morgon, 1.5ha in Beaujolais Villages. Total production is 30,000 to 40,000 bottles.

HISTORY OF THE ESTATE

Chateau Grand Pré is a family estate in the charming Beaujolais commune of Fleurie in the Beaujolais Crus winemaking area of the Auvergne Rhône Alpes region of France. Since 2009, we have chosen to formalize our choice of natural vine tending techniques and today use Ecocert certified organic methods.

On slopes that face the rising sun, grow our very expressive Gamay Noir a Jus Blanc vines that give the grapes for our wine and are so well-rooted in our terroir. Here the climate is semi-continental with both oceanic and Mediterranean influences.

Our Fleurie is the fruit of old vines of over 60 years of age planted in granitic and sandy soils, while our Morgon comes from a terroir made up of decomposed rock and crumbly schist.

WINEMAKING

Making organic wine means using techniques that respect the environment

From December to March the vines are pruned by hand. No herbicides are used.

We till round the vines throughout the year to limit weed growth.

This very precise task encourages the vine roots to delve really deep into the soil, right up to the granite itself, meaning that our wines are infused with the flavors of our terroir.

In September comes harvest time, the grapes are hand-picked and sorted into small containers or bins depending on the cuvée. Our yields are low, between 25 and 35 hl/ha depending on the vintage.

Château de Grand Pré is a family estate located in the southern part of Burgundy, in the communes of Fleurie and Villié-Morgon. Louis and Renée Bertrand bought the domaine in 1972. Today, the winery is run by their children, Guy (with his wife Annick) and Christine (married to Claude Zordan). Their grandson Romain Zordan also works with the family. Together, they tend to the estate vines with complete respect for the environment. The vineyards spread over 8 hectares: 6ha in Fleurie, 1.5ha in Morgon, 1.5ha in Beaujolais Villages. Total production is 30,000 to 40,000 bottles.

HISTORY OF THE ESTATE

Chateau Grand Pré is a family estate in the charming Beaujolais commune of Fleurie in the Beaujolais Crus winemaking area of the Auvergne Rhône Alpes region of France. Since 2009, we have chosen to formalize our choice of natural vine tending techniques and today use Ecocert certified organic methods.

On slopes that face the rising sun, grow our very expressive Gamay Noir a Jus Blanc vines that give the grapes for our wine and are so well-rooted in our terroir. Here the climate is semi-continental with both oceanic and Mediterranean influences.

Our Fleurie is the fruit of old vines of over 60 years of age planted in granitic and sandy soils, while our Morgon comes from a terroir made up of decomposed rock and crumbly schist.

WINEMAKING

Making organic wine means using techniques that respect the environment

From December to March the vines are pruned by hand. No herbicides are used.

We till round the vines throughout the year to limit weed growth.

This very precise task encourages the vine roots to delve really deep into the soil, right up to the granite itself, meaning that our wines are infused with the flavors of our terroir.

In September comes harvest time, the grapes are hand-picked and sorted into small containers or bins depending on the cuvée. Our yields are low, between 25 and 35 hl/ha depending on the vintage.

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