Côte de Brouilly

Côte de Brouilly

Grape variety

White-juiced Black Gamay


Vines situated mid-slope on the various slopes of Mont Brouilly.
Clay soils on blue shale volcanic rock on stony scree or on ancient foothills and alluvium.

Cultural method

Traditional Gobelet pruning.
Average age of the vines over 60 years.
Plantation density 10 000 vines per hectare. 
Certifications Terra Vitis and HVE (for sustainable development and respect for the environment)


Manual harvest.
Vatting using gravity to keep the berries whole.
Traditional whole bunch vinification of individual plots in stainless steel vats.
Semi-carbonic maceration of 12 days.
Pneumatic pressing.


10 months in oak casks to soften the tannins and to obtain an elegant silky wine.
Blending of plots from various Côte de Brouilly terroirs.


Opulent and powerful on the palate, with flavours of raspberry and crushed strawberry. An intense, well-balanced wine, marked by the minerality of its terroir.

Food and wine pairing

Local specialities of cold meats, grilled meats, white meat dishes and typical dishes from the south.

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