Le Beaujolais - 2021 - Mathieu et Camille Lapierre - Magnum
Domaine Marcel Lapierre
Carried by notes of raspberry and soft spices, an essential thirst-quencher, a wine to share with friends over an apéritif, slightly chilled, with some charcuterie and laughs. On the palate, lots of freshness and huge drinkability, elegance and finesse.
- 150 cl
- Original features
- Degree of alcohol
- 12.5 %
- To drink from
- 2023 to 2027
No Raisins Gaulois cuvée this year, but a superb Beaujolais from vines that are 70 years old on average, grown organically and planted on three plots in the town of Lancié, neighboring Villié-Morgon. Usually intended partially for the Raisins Gaulois cuvée, Mathieu and Camille decided to vinify the grapes separately for this beautiful vintage. Manual harvesting, carbonic maceration in whole bunches, aging for 6 months in vats. Bottled without fining or filtration, just a micro-dose of sulphur.
Mathieu Lapierre returned to the family estate in 2005. But behind the Domaine Lapierre was first his father Marcel, pope (with J ean Foillard ) of natural wine in Beaujolais. Marcel Lapierre passed away in 2010, leaving behind Morgons which by then had taken on mythic status and, in the footsteps of Jules Chauvet, a philosophy of natural wine which earned him legions of followers. Following...All wines
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