Region: Touraine, France
Grape: 100% Gamay
Farming: Certified organic
Harvest Method: Manual Harvest
Age of Vineyard: 1990s and 2000s
Vessel: Stainless Steel
Vineyard Yield: 30 HL / Ha
Soil Type: West-facing clay-limestone soils
Annual Production: 5000 bottles
A far cry from Beaujoais! A great Gamay with perfect balance. Garnet red in colour with purple reflections. It
boasts an intense nose with notes of freshly crushed red fruits and white pepper. Lush on the palate with fruity
aromas and elegant tannins. A refined finish with mild acidity and light minerality.
About the Producer
Thomas Frissant settled in the Loire Valley in 2019, on 14 hectares of vines in organic conversion in the municipality of Mosnes. Terroirs are made up of flint and clay, and Thomas work with local varieties such as: Grolleau, Gamay, Chenin and Côt. The estate is located in the Touraine and Touraine Amboise appellation areas.
Before settling in Mosnes, Thomas worked in different parts of the world. From Burgundy to New Zealand, not to mention the Northern Rhône and Clare Valley in Australia. These different trips allowed him to exchange with other wine enthusiasts and reinforced his professional competencies.