Moulin-à-Vent named after the local windmill (which translates as Moulin-à-vent in French)
Based on Gamay , known as the ‘King of Beaujolais’ for its power, structure and longevity, Moulin-à-Vent is the most atypical of all the Beaujolais Crus, even if it is potentially the best. Its style is the antithesis of light, fluffy Beaujolais, and when fully mature (often at 10 years old or more) it resembles more a fine Burgundy, or even a Rhône, than Beaujolais.
Meaty, tannic and intense, and need 2-3 years to mature. The only possible explanation, it seems, is the high proportion of iron and manganese in Moulin-à-Vent’s soil.
We are currently offering our Moulin -á-Vent Experience:
Take all 5 bottles and receive 15% off.
(Original price £ 148.00, discounted price £ 126.00)