Union between Beaujolais and Burgundy, the appellation Moulin à Vent is in 1925 the 1er Cru delimited of Beaujolais.
The Trenel Moulin à Vent comes from different places: the Bois Maréchaux (granite clay matrix) and the Thorins (granite arenas with manganese inclusions) which are at the bottom of the Moulin à Vent.
The low slopes are facing from East to South
Grape variety: Gamay
Soil: Granitic and argilo granitic arenas
Vinification: Maceration in whole bunches during 18 days. Raised in barrel 15 and steel tank for 10 months No fining and light filtration
Colour: deep ruby
Nose: white pepper, cocoa and ripe black fruit
Palate: smooth, , well balanced with elegant tannins