Domaine du Crêt de Bine BioAddict 2019Beaujolais, Burgundy, FranceFrançois and Marie-Therèse Subrin, along with thier daughter Florence and nephew Geoffroy, farm 5 hectares of land in the village of Sarcey, a village situated on a high plateau tucked between the Monts Beaujolais and the Monts Lyonnais in the southwest corner of Beaujolais. The Subrin’s vineyard is planted on granite soils with significant deposits of quartz and feldspar. On average, the vines are 40 years old. They are certified organic and biodynamic (Demeter), and are committed to working their land as healthfully as possible. This gamay is sourced from two parcels planted on granite and and granitic sand, one planted to 20 year old vines, and the other to 50 year old vines. This was native fermented with their pied de cuve, and semi-carbonic, in stainless, where it remained for a few months until bottling with small amounts of sulphur. Green edged and leafy, this medium bodied gamay has tight cassis, downy plum, purple florals wrapped with sticky tannins to a brisk, astringent, sour berry finish. Best with a brisk chill.Tasted: 17 December 2020Tasted by: Treve RingPrices: ON 25.95 consignment Producer: Cret de BineDistributors: Le Sommelier Inc.
Grape: Gamay NoirUPC: 3770012148058