Jerome Mathon Brouilly Gamay Vieilles Vignes 2021

MXN $675

Grape: 100% Gamay

Apellation: Brouilly AOC

Region: Beaujolais, France

You’ll taste/smell: vibrant with a complex nose releasing spicy, floral, fruity and mineral scents. You will be charmed with this light-bodied wine revealing a broad texture, smooth tannins and a medium finish.

Good to have it with: breaded chicken burgers, rotisserie chicken, baked brie with sun dried tomatoes and bacon

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Description

Wine details:

Alcohol Grade: 13%
Vinification: After an exclusively manual harvest, the grapes are then vinified whole and without artifices; long maceration of the whole grapes, respect of the typicality by selected yeasts neutral on the aromatic level, aging of the wine for a minimum of 12 months in 228 litre oak barrels (not new) or in small concrete vats. Bottled on the estate after light filtration.
Serving temperature: 12-14 ºC
Size: 750 ml

The Winemaker: Jerôme Mathon

Defining himself as a viticulturist-artisan, Jérôme has managed the estate in Beaujolais (Brouilly) since 1992, representing the eighth generation of the Mathon family, who have owned this winery since 1733.

From the 5.5 hectares of Gamay grapes, he crafts 4 wines. Remaining true to his philosophy of respecting age-old traditions, minimal intervention, and harmony with nature, Jérôme’s wines truly reflect the pure amalgamation of climate and soil.

The vineyard is made up of two great Protected Designation of Origin wines, 30% of which are classified as Cru Brouilly and the rest as Beaujolais St-Etienne La Varenne.Vines over 50 years old on average (up to almost a century for the oldest) are cared for and shaped by hand during the crop year, respecting the soil; vines composted on the plot, organic brown algae, natural grass, plant; short cup pruning, treatments with organic products.

Additional information

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Wine Body

Medium-Body

Winemaking style

Natural, Organic

Varietal

Winery

Size

Low ABV

Region