The ‘culs’ or hills of Beaujeu is a historic site, cultivated originally by the monks of Beaujeu in the Middle Ages. The family parcel was purchased by winemaker François Cotat’s great-grandfather just after the second world war. A typically cooler site, Read more...

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The ‘culs’ or hills of Beaujeu is a historic site, cultivated originally by the monks of Beaujeu in the Middle Ages. The family parcel was purchased by winemaker François Cotat’s great-grandfather just after the second world war. A typically cooler site, ‘Culs’ faces northwest. Steeply sloped, the vineyard boasts a mix of Kimmeridgian limestone (the same soils as Chablis) and clay. François tends just under one acre of vines.Aromas of stone fruits, light herbs, crushed stones. Textured, supple; flavors of tangy lemon, white peach. Light peppery finish. -North Berkeley Imports

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