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Les Coteaux du Lyonnais is the link between Beaujolais and the Rhône Valley. Our estate is located in Taluyers, our vines are on granitic soils. Among our AOC grape varieties, n...Lire plus Learn more
The Coteaux du Lyonnais is the link between the Beaujolais and the Rhone Valley. Our estate is located in Taluyers, our vines are on granitic soils. Among our AOC grape varieties, we grow Chardonnay but also Gamay. As for our Vin De France, we use Viognier and Gamaret. Since 2012, in addition to our approach to organic farming, we practice Biodynamic agriculture and the harvest is manual to respect the grapes. It goes without saying that all our proposed vintages are vinified with the greatest respect for the harvest and fermented in a natural way, the only input used is sulphite for certain vintages, but always in very small doses.
In Roman times, the legions settled in the Monts du Lyonnais to produce wine. A Gallo-Roman wine villa was found 500m from the estate as the crow flies. A mosaic with Dionysus and his adoptive father Silene was discovered in 2012. Today, we are working on our doyenne which was planted in the 20th century. In 2015, we made our first vintage aged in amphora (a small nod to our ancestors, the Romans). Our greatest pride: the trophy for the Best Gamay in the World in 2015 with our red Antica!
"All this energy and reflection in the cellar has the simple objective of pleasure and respect for the consumer.
Through our wines of pleasure you can discover and share our love for wine. The phylloxera crisis ravaged the vineyards and did not spare ours. Following this event, it was in 1903 that the oldest vine of the domain was planted. Seeing the potential of this exceptional terroir, my family continued to plant vines.