Coline

Coline

Appellation: Mâcon Rouge
Varietal: Gamay
Orientation: South-facing exposures
Average age of vines: 40 + years
Principal soil type: Clay & limestone above limestone base

Gamay from a south-facing, clay/limestone parcel from the village of Bussières. Short maceration and minimal extraction keep the accent on primary fruit, freshness and on simple summer-time drinking pleasure.

South-facing exposition adds a warm, dark fruit profile to this cuvée while retaining its focus on the primary fruit and youthful energy thanks to a short maceration and and minimal extraction. It is ideal for summertime enjoyment, alongside cheese and charcuterie and is a natural not too far from the grill, served with a bit of a chill.

Coline fact sheet (PDF)

Regions

France

Beaujolais
Burgundy
Champagne
Montagne de Reims Emmanuel Brochet Côte des Bars Domaine Marie Courtin Valleé de la Marne Flavien Nowack
Southwest
Côtes du Marmandais Élian Da Ros
Jura
Languedoc
Terrasses du Larzac Domaine du Pas de L’Escalette Saint Chinian Domaine Rimbert
Loire
Provence
Rhône

Le PavillonA marriage of two parcels, one of 70 years and the second of 15 years. Both parcels sit on hard limestone…

Cuvée Claude SeigneuretIssued from 4 separate parcels with a southern exposure planted by Claude Seigneuret in 1926. It is fermented and aged in Burgundy barrels, 10% new and the remainder from 1 to 8 years…

ColineGamay from a south-facing, clay/limestone parcel from the village of Bussières. Short maceration and minimal extraction keep the accent on primary fruit, freshness and on simple summer-time drinking pleasure.

Les DevantsClay-limestone based lieu-dit (historic named site) where Claude Seigneuret planted four separate parcels of Gamay in 1926. For Les Devants, Philippe vinifies the Gamay in the traditional Burgundy style…