Talking about Marcel Lapierre means talking about Beaujolais in one of his most natural interpretations.
The Domaine located in the village of Villié-Morgon is now carried on by the sons of Marcel, Matthieau and Camille, who after the death of their father wanted to continue the family tradition founded on a natural and environmentally friendly production.
The production takes place using only the indigenous Gamay grape variety as in the case of Beaujolais Chateau Cambon 2018, perhaps the most prized of the wines produced by this Domaine.
The Gamay grapes come from vineyards over 80 years of age, harvested by hand to ensure their integrity and their arrival in the cellar without breaking. The grapes perform the semi-carbonic maceration typical of Beaujolais and then refine in oak barrels for nine months.
The result will be a fragrant and lively red, capable of adapting to any situation, with a good personality and to be drunk young.
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Rosso rubino luminoso.
Aromi di frutta rossa croccante e di spezie.
Vivace, di corpo medio, tannini vispi e di buona acidità.
Ottimo con aperitivi, salumi e davanti una bella pizza.
0,75 L Standard
In botti di rovere usate da 216 l per 9 mesi.
PLANTS FOR HECTARE
Macerazione semi-carbonica tradizionale del Beaujolais per 10-20 giorni e fermentazione spontanea in vasche d'acciaio inox.
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Name: Domaine Marcel Lapierre Address: 588 Rue Rabelais - Villié-Morgon (France) Web Site: www.marcel-lapierre.com/en/
Domaine Lapierre is located in Villié-Morgon, in the heart of Beaujolais, a denomination contested between Burgundy and Rhône, where gamay finds its important expression as a red wine of great pleasantness and immediacy. The Domaine has a history that dates back to the beginning of the 20th century: winemakers for 3 generations, it has been run since 2005 by Mathieu, together with his sister Camille.
The hectares of property are about 13 and extend around the town of Villé-Morgon and 2 on the Côte du Py, belonging to the most important area of Beaujolais: Morgon. The farm has been run according to natural farming criteria since 1981. In 1995, Mathieu's father, Michel Lapierre, also took over Château Cambon from which, in the best years, the cuvée "Le Cambon" is made from a vineyard of about 80 years. All Domaine Lapierre wines are classified as Triple A.