Domaine Lafarge-Vial Côte de Brouilly is a red wine made from Gamay in Beaujolais by the Lafarge-Vial winery.
The Côte de Brouilly originates from a plot located just before reaching Château Thivin, where the vines are approximately 50 years old.
Fred Lafarge and Chantal (Vial) Lafarge have established a small domaine of 4 hectares in Beaujolais, with vineyards in Fleurie and Chiroubles. They have discovered old vines (30 to 70 years old) on five terroirs, most of which were already farmed organically. Following the characteristic Lafarge style, they immediately started the transition to biodynamic viticulture.
Domaine Lafarge-Vial Côte de Brouilly Tasting Notes
The Côte de Brouilly is characterised by aromas of cherries, raspberries, burning embers and raw cocoa.
This wine has a medium to full body, being fleshy but precise at the same time. It stands out for its lovely depth in the middle, its refined tannins and a long, mineral finish.