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Located in the heart of the Beaujolais Crus, Domaine des Michelons is a family estate born in 1993 and which extends over 12 hectares spread over the Moulin-à-vent and Chénas appellation. Patrick Boulay runs this small estate facing due south on the slopes of the Chénas appellation with his wife, Véronique, daughter of a Juliénas winegrower.Lire plus Learn more
Located in the heart of the Beaujolais Crus, Domaine des Michelons is a family estate born in 1993 and which extends over 12 hectares spread over the Moulin-à-vent and Chénas appellation. Patrick Boulay runs this small estate facing due south on the slopes of the Chénas appellation with his wife, Véronique, daughter of a Juliénas winegrower.
Beaujolais when you grow up it is difficult to leave it. Both trained in the hard school of vine work. On both sides, parents, grandparents, great grandparents... have lived and worked in this little corner of Beaujolais, producing great wines of great terroir and great finesse. A wine made from a single grape variety, Gamay, offers a wide range of flavours and structures. The terroir is a major factor: the Moulin-à-vent planted on predominantly granitic, low-yielding hillsides, shine more brightly with their complexity and finesse, while the Chénas, on a clayey terroir, gives a lighter wine with red fruit aromas. we vinify the great classics, wines resulting from a semi-carbonic maceration called "vinification beaujolaise" which gives our wines a freshness carried by the terroir.
Being a winegrower is above all a profession of passion, a state of mind and a constant questioning in order to extract the best from each harvest. With the climate that gives us many surprises and challenges every year.