Château Thivin

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France – Beaujolais

Château Thivin The Côte de Brouilly was recognised as a great site and was planted by the Romans; it is the oldest Beaujolais vineyard. In 1383 the first part of the Chateau Thivin cellars was built, this is the oldest Côte de Brouilly estate and one of the most highly respected producers in the region. All of Chateau Thivin’s organically-grown, largely old gamay vines are planted on the (mostly southern) slopes of Mont Brouilly, a small extinct volcano. The mature vines, great sites and endless dedicated work in the vines gives a modest yield of perfectly ripened small bunches. At harvest, these are gently placed into small crates undamaged, then tipped into vats that are closed and sealed when full of complete bunches. The marvellous simplicity of the process continues as the vats are left untouched for 7-10 days, whereupon any fermenting wine, resulting from bunches being squashed under their own weight, is drained out and the remaining whole bunches pressed. The young wine is then rested in large old barrels for 6-12 months before bottling. Such a simple and natural process gives amazing red wines.

Thivin Beaujolais Villages ‘Vignes d’Ecussol’ Gamay Noir 
Thivin Beaujolais Villages ‘Manoir Du Pavé’ 
Thivin Brouilly ‘Reverdon’ 
Thivin Cote de Brouilly ‘Les Sept Vignes’ 
Thivin Cote de Brouilly ‘Les Sept Vignes’ MAGNUM 
Thivin Cote de Brouilly ‘Clos Bertrand’
Thivin Cote de Brouilly ‘La Chapelle’ 
Thivin Cote de Brouilly ‘Godefroy’ MAGNUM 
Thivin Cote de Brouilly ‘Cuvee Zaccharie’ 
Thivin Cote de Brouilly ‘Cuvee Zaccharie’ MAGNUM


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