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On his property in Beaujolais, the Domaine des Marcellins, Christophe Pacalet does everything possible to produce great local wines: manual harvesting at maximum maturity, meticulous sorting...Lire plus Learn more
On his property in Beaujolais, the Domaine des Marcellins, Christophe Pacalet does everything possible to produce great local wines: manual harvesting at maximum maturity, meticulous sorting of the grapes, vinification using indigenous yeasts, maturing on fine lees, minimal or no doses of sulphites... He makes it a point of honour to guarantee the typical character of each terroir by working closely in partnership with winegrowers, with whom he harvests year after year and with whom he shares a common vision of the vine. He vinifies the grapes harvested with great rigour and consideration, in the same way as his own plots, bearing the Beaujolais village appellation. It was with his uncle Marcel Lapierre, an emblematic figure of natural wines, that he created his estate at the end of the 1990s. Present in several Beaujolais, Chiroubles, Moulin-à-Vent and Saint-Amour wines in particular, Christophe Pacalet produces fruity wines in their youth which, for some, become more complex with time and get closer to the pinot noirs of the Côte de Beaune.
When in 1999, Christophe Pacalet, the chef, returned from the West Indies to his native Beaujolais. He created his own estate and began winemaking on the job with Marcel Lapierre, his uncle, a "visionary".
Natural wine reflects the terroir and gives emotion...