Tasting notes: The colour is translucent garnet tending towards purplish. The nose is fine, on cherries and raspberries. The palate is round, ample. The fruit is present, in a pleasantly patinated form. We find the grip on the finish in a more sustained manner, underlined by ripe tannins.
About the winery: Nestled in the small village of Villie-Morgon in the wine-producing region of Beaujolais, Jean-Paul Thevenet is leading his family's winery in the third generation. His son Charly joined him in 2008 and they've been converting the 5 ha Domaine according to organic and biodynamic principles ever since. Charly is also making wines under his own label from neighbouring Grand Cru Regnie.