Vin de Garage No13 “Beau Joli”

(8 customer reviews)

$30.00

Save 15% off the single bottle price by including this in a mixed dozen

This is a soft tannin, juicy light red wine made in the traditional “semi-carbonic-maceration” fermentation, as is done with Gamay in the french Beaujolais, except here with warm climate Shiraz, Mourvedre, Grenache and Carignan. Its “smashable” – a thoroughly enjoyable light red that can be matched with many foods, cheeses and charcuterie, and served chilled in the warmer seasons. As with the other “garage” wines, this is made with wild ferment, no fining and preservative free and bottled under cork.

The wine is unfiltered and has a slight lees (yeast) haze and will slowly form a sediment. The anti-oxidant activity of the lees may help preserve the wine over time.

We would like to thank the Alliance Francaise de Canberra and Christophe Rebut for their invaluable assistance in the harvesting and making of the Beau Joli.

Vintage: 2021
Production: 200 doz
Bottled: May 2021
Alcohol: 12.7%
Blend: Shiraz, Mourvedre, Grenache, Cabernet, Carignan, Vermentino
Sulfites: Zero
Yeast: Wild + semi carbonic maceration
Maturation: Matured in tank
Fining: No
Filtration: No
Label art: Molly Statham
Winemaker: Sam Statham

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8 reviews for Vin de Garage No13 “Beau Joli”

  1. Anonymous

    Very thoughtful and helpful customer experience, thanks again!

  2. Suelen M.

  3. Neil M.

    Joy in a glass, just a beautiful drink. One of the great things about France and Italy is that , beyond the high end stuff , they just focus on making wine that you want to drink , don’t give a stuff about variety , but does it taste great. Trust me , this is wine you want to drink

  4. Anonymous

  5. Russ Berry

    Hey team,

    Looking for wholesale info, could you pass on distributor info if you have? We’re up in Byron. Luna Wine Store.

    Cheers,
    Russ

    • Sam at Rosnay

      Hi Russ
      Our distributors will get back to you. Thanks for your enquiry!
      Sam

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