Gamay Noir, a noble and generous grape variety, offers many surprises. Grown since the Middle Ages, it has not only found a natural home in the welcoming soils of Beaujolais, but has been exported to other growing regions in France and around the world. This black grape with white juice and plump, lush berries, thrives in the temperate climate and poor granitic soils, typical of the volcanic, Beaujolais region. Our vineyards stretch out over this beautiful landscape, its geological complexity evident in the pink and blue granite, shale, white and golden limestone, marl and clay. These soils create an ideal terroir for the black Gamay variety.