The “Coteaux Bourguignons” A.O.C. was created in 2011. It blooms on the entire Burgundy region, from Chablis to the gates of Lyon. It produces red, white, and rosé wines and can be either made of a blend or a single grape variety.
Trénel’s Coteaux Bourguignons is selected on parcels located near Villefranche and le Bois d’Oingt, with characteristic limestone soils of South Beaujolais. This wine is made of 100% Gamay growing on old vines.
Grape variety: Gamay Noir
Soil: Chalkey-Clayey sedimentary deposit with diverse type of rocks
Vinification: Maceration of whole bunches for 8 to 10 days, then pressing and completion of fermentation in vats for one month. Unfined and filtered before bottling.
Nose: red and black berries and a cherry stony touch
Palate: round and crisp on the palate, a bright and easy-to-drink wine