Château de la TerrièreBeaujolais-Villages Vin Sans Soufre à Butiner 2022

Product code: 15223
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Country
Country: France
Region
Region: Beaujolais
Type
Type: Red Wine
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.5%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Gamay
Grape: 100% Gamay
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Country
Country: France
Region
Region: Beaujolais
Type
Type: Red Wine
Alcohol
Alcohol: 13.5%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Gamay
Grape: 100% Gamay

Product Notes

Château de la Terrière Beaujolais-Villages Vin Sans Soufre à Butiner is a delightful red wine that is produced without the addition of sulfur. It is crafted from a blend of Gamay grapes that are grown in the Beaujolais region of France. The wine has a bright ruby color, and it offers highly aromatic notes of red fruits, such as cherries and raspberries, coupled with floral undertones. On the palate, this wine is juicy and fruity with a refreshing acidity, complemented by subtle tannins. It is an excellent wine to pair with a variety of light dishes, including vegetarian and seafood options. The name 'à Butiner' translates to 'to forage,' which is a nod to the bees that are often seen in the vineyards, foraging for nectar.

Tasting Notes

A fruity pure and singing wine, with a charming nose of floral notes (violet and peony) and small red fruits. It offers beautiful melted tannins and balance.

About the Winery

Château de la Terrière

Chateau de la Terriere is one of the historic names in the French wine industry. Located in Cercie, this beautiful wine estate faces Mount Brouilly, and is situated right in the heart of the Beaujolais region. The history of this place dates back to the 14th century, as the castle has been standing gloriously from that period onwards. For many centuries, this estate witnessed ownership of lords and dukes.

In 2003, the younger generations acquired the estate, and a lot of work has taken place in the estate’s cellar and vineyards. Today, Gregory Barbet, the 9th generation winemaker from his family, manages the estate. Apart from managing this estate, he also owns the Domaine de la Pirolette. He is supported by an expert winemaking team headed by Yoan Pitoiset, who also serves as the consulting oenologist in many other wine estates in Beaujolais.

Gamay Noir and Pinot Noir are the only two varietals produced in the vineyards of Chateau De La Terriere. The appellations where these vineyards are located are:

  • Cru Brouilly AOP – 12-hectare plot
  • Cru Regnie AOP – 5-hectare plot located in Siberie and Tour Bourdon
  • Cru Moulin-a-Vent-AOP – 1.6-hectare plot, located in Moulin a Lure (1.3 hectares) and Le Moulin (remaining 0.3 hectares)
  • Bourgogne AOP – 6-hectare plot dedicated to growing Pinot Noir

The deep and dry pink granite soils of Brouilly and Regnie are rich in minerals such as manganese, which help add to the intensity of the fruits grown on these rich terroirs. Of the total area covered by the estate’s vineyards, 6 hectare are dedicated to organic farming methods.  Hand-harvesting of the fruits, sorting the fruits neatly in bunches to avoid squashing and manual selection of fruits before they are sent to the winery for processing are some of the organic practices followed here. Minimal intervention is followed at the vineyards, and the team gives ultimate respect to spoil when planting and harvesting grapes.

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