White Beaujolais does that exist? Yes and how!
|EAN:||Jean-Paul Brun Terres Dorées Beaujolais Blanc Fûts de Chêne|
White Beaujolais does that exist? Yes and how! Jean-Paul Brun makes an amazingly beautiful wine that embarrasses expensive white burgundy. The hand-picked chardonnay grapes come from the best plots and undergo the 'Burgundian' winemaking: fermentation on oak casks of at least one year old and bâtonnage (ripening and stirring of yeast).
The result is a complex full dry white beaujolais. With a discrete aroma of oak a lot of finesse and a remarkable drinkability for a wine with so much flavor. Jean-Paul Brun does not add sugar to the must (chaptalisation), so that the wine retains a naturally low alcohol content.
This striking winemaker almost naturally believes in the positive properties of natural yeast and limits filtration and clarification to a minimum. In the press Brun is called an 'anti-star winemaker' whose qualities fortunately do not go unnoticed. For us, with his refined natural wines, he is the man who can be a shining example to other Beaujolais producers.
|Type of wine||Quiet|
|Biologically without a certificate||No|
Excellent with many fish dishes but also a delicious appetizer.