Grown on a steep slope with Southeast exposure, the unique soil here is diorite, a type of magmatic rock. Brulhié is the old name for Brouilly, and as far back as 1635, French writer Louvet commended these hills as carrying "the best wines of the country." Rich, ripe dark fruit on the nose, including cherry, strawberry, and white flowers. Juicy and minerally on the palate with a fresh finish of blackberry and hints of spice. 100% Gamay with a hint of Chardonnay for added delicacy. Certified organic for over 12 years.