Régnié "Les Bois", Ruet

Régnié "Les Bois", Ruet - 2020

Item # 47826 750mL

A supple Beaujolais from Gamay vines aged 20 to 60 years old that are planted in granite and sand-based soils. The fruit was hand-harvested and then fermented (semi-carbonically) in cement and steel tanks. Unoaked.

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