Chateau de la Chaize Brouilly
Would you like a side of stony minerality and pop of acidity with your fat slice of Texas heat? Oh yes, you would.
And for those of you out there who cannot bear to give up your beloved read wine even in Texas summer, you don’t have to. Welcome to Beaujolais, Brouilly to be exact.
One of the respected crus from the more serious side of Beaujolais, Brouilly makes sure that Gamay reaches its potential. The pink granite soil provides just the right amount of stress to the fifty to seventy-five year-old vines that reside on the property at Château de la Chaize.
Minimal intervention is the winemaking philosophy. The Gamay is fermented in stainless steel and finished in large, neutral oak barrels just like we like it…