Everything feels nicely balanced out with this wine. Smells like banana, pomegranate and raspberry, all balanced with earthiness. A fine tannin kicks in on the palate, giving us a bit more than a usual Beaujolais.
This gamay from Château Thivin has banana, pomegranate and raspberry aromas. It's got a lovely amount of tannin with a kick that gives a bit more than your usual Beaujolais. Château Thivin is the oldest estate on Mount Brouilly. It's been in the Geoffray family for six generations, with all of them named Claude.