Le gras c’est la vie ! 2021 de La Famille de Boel France dans le Rhône Septentrional
Fat is life! It's a tribute to the pork butchers, and to the almost lost winter tradition of killing pigs and spending the weekend making puddings, sausages, pâtés and other rillettes! It was a time of rejoicing, of sharing between family and friends, a true moment of conviviality and joy, and that is the spirit of this wine!
It explodes with red and black fruit, spice and almost meatiness. Fleshy, it remains fresh and easy on the palate. Here is one that knows how to hold its own at the table!
Native yeast, aged 100% in stainless steel tanks to keep the vibrant fruit.
Carignan 5%, Grenache 50%, et bien sûr pour les 45% restants, un petit clin d’œil à Kaamelott avec le Caladoc
The de Boel France family in Lemps (07)
Freshly settled in the Rhône Valley, it was in 2016 that Arnaud De Boel and Nelly France, created their domain, located in the village of Lemps, in the Northern Rhône, between Lyon and Avignon.
They started from scratch, planted their own vines, and also found parcels of old vines. Today, they own 11 hectares of vines scattered throughout the Northern Rhône and cultivated like a garden, producing wines that are made as naturally as possible.
They practice biodynamic farming and are in the process of converting to organic farming; the entire vineyard will be certified in 2021. Great gourmets, each wine has its own anecdote linked to the history of gastronomy.