Single-plot vintage, part of which is nestled in an enclosure and comes from one of our 7 cadastral localities located in the Fleurie appellation. The soil is made up of coarse sand with some granite pebbles.

Winemaking process

Plot vinification (100% Gamay noir)
75% Whole Clusters
Yeasts type : wild
Maceration : 11 days in stainless steel vats.
Maturation : 12 months in a oak vat

Technical notes

Ingredients : Grapes, tartaric acid & sulphites

Alcohol content : 12,97%

Total acidity : 3,74 g/L

SO2 Total : 73 mg/L

Tasting notes

Commented by Olivier Poussier:

Color : A beautiful ruby ​​color

Palate : The fruit is juicy with beautiful maturity, a sunny touch, without being stewed. Red fruits enliven this palette with burlat cherry, crushed strawberry and some notes of blackberries. The whole is readable with a spicy touch. The Chapelle des bois terroir often offers us this mouth profile: round and velvety. A luscious overall taste with polished tannins. A few fine bitters finalize the tasting and remind us that we are on granite.

Service temperature : 59°F



James Suckling : "This beautiful Fleurie has stacks of black raspberry fruit, but is anything other than loud. It gracefully tiptoes over your palate. Barely medium-bodied, but such a wonderful elegance right through the very long, filigreed finish."