Domaine Romany Beaujolais 2011
Signé Vigneron is one of the largest producers of Beaujolais wines with over 10% of the total production in the region. The winery was born of passion from modern and daring people, proud of the knowledge inherited from their ancestors and proud of their territory, the Beaujolais. Signé Vigneron is made up of 2 wineries: Vignoble Bully and Vignoble Quincié. The vineyards are planted mainly on slopes facing south, the grapes are grown on small areas and have low yields, typical of Beaujolais. They are moving towards organic viticulture.
Signé Vignerons is the 1st Beaujolais wines producer. Wines are produced in 2 locations, both within the vineyards: Bully (since 1959) and Quincié (since 1928). We have wines from all Beaujolais areas and appellations: Beaujolais, Beaujolais Villages, and the Crus. We produce mainly red wines, but also white, rosé and sparkling wines.
External Reviews for Domaine Romany Beaujolais
Gold Medal Concours Général Agricole de PARIS 2010 Wine grower, Bruno Romany's family originated from the Romagne region of italy before setting up in the Beaujolais village of Bully where they now own 20 hectares of vineyards. The vineyards are operated using sustainable farming methods and the wine can be traced back to the vine! In 2007 they applied for the 'Terra Vitis' label, under which all grapes must be grown using bio-dynamic farming methods Grapes : 100% Gamay Region : France / Beaujolais AOC Grower : Philippe Merly Notes : Deep ruby red, with ripe violets on the nose and hints of blackcurrant, strawberries and lots of floral notes on the nose. The mouth is well balanced with a tannic finish which blends well with the aromas on the palate. Serve : Cold Meats, fresh fish and chicken dishes. ABV : 12.5%
Food Pairings for Domaine Romany Beaujolais
Smooth and fresh showing spice and red fruits typical of Gamay. Light and easy to drink, best served slightly chilled.
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