From healthy, sustainable soil.

Posted by Ilona Roberts on

In today’s busy world take some pleasure in a wine from healthy, sustainable soil.

A round and juicy Beaujolais from old Gamay Noir vines, bursting with raspberry and strawberry fruit with a delicate touch of pepper. Light-bodied but with ample flavour and smooth tannins. Best served very slightly chilled with cold meats, fish or salads and can be aged for 2-5 years.

With climate change and droughts all over the world, soil sustainability is more important than ever before. We are seeing this emerging in the wine industry as more and more wineries are producing organic wines and understanding the importance of soil care.

At Domaine Romy, the philosophy is to work in the most appropriate way, using sustainable or organic farming practices to preserve the environment. Although their wine production dates back to 1700, now Nicolas is typical of the generation of winemakers who are making the region more dynamic. When Beaujolais consumption was booming he took a different stance and decided to produce rosé Beaujolais. He also planted Chardonnay vines on suitable soils and pursued the idea of making fruity white wines.

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