Grape variety : Gamay
The Clos du Perpétuant, planted with vines since the 17th, century, is traversed by Queen Brunhilde’s Way, an ancient Roman road from St Véran to Saint-Amour.
The soil of Perpétuant is a mix of clay, granite and sandstone which gives the wines a surprising mix of pepper and red berry fruit flavours, with a hint of liquorice. The delicate tannins, give a notable intensity and an excellent propensity for ageing, after maturing in oak barrels for eight months.
Alcoholic strength : 12.5°
Serve as an accompaniment to game, beef bourgignon or goat’s cheese.
Serve at room temperature : 18°
JEAN CURIAL & FILS
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9 a.m. to 1 p.m , afternoon by appointment