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Romuald Valot comes from a family of winemakers in Burgundy and spent the first few decades of his winemaking career working for classic producers in that region. He realized he wanted to be making wine a different way, with far less intervention and chemicals, and so purchased a few hectares of vines and a small house in western Beaujolais. It is a plot far removed from everyone and he keeps to himself, farming biodynamically and making wine that reflects the terroir. The grapes are high altitude 100 year old vines grown in granite soil. 


This wine is made from Gamay grapes harvested in mid September due to the hot year, and is full of bright raspberry and blackberry with a delicious minerality from the granite and schist soils.

2021 Romuald Valot, Ni Cru Ni Cuit, Beaujolais France

  • Organic and biodynamic farming. The wine is made from whole clusters, aged for 2 weeks and then slow pressed and aged for a year in old barrels to élevage

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