At the top of the Premiers Grands Vins Sort with " Chenas" and Moulin à Vent. .
Undoubtedly at the top. Here, the motto is "Respect for the wine." Jean-Jacques Baronnat runs the trading house established for over 100 years by his grandfather, then producer in Beaujolais.
He signed a 2006 Beaujolais as we like it, frank, fruity, soft and full, very characteristic of what must be the best wines of the appellation.
Moulin à Vent remarkable 2006, with aromas of macerated fruit and spices, colorful, balanced tannins, this is a wine-bodied and fleshy, slightly peppery as it should be.
The Fleurie 2006 is complex and harmonious, with smells of aromas of raspberry and wild strawberry, a wine of deep color.
Excellent Brouilly 2006, with subtle aromas of violets and raspberry, rich in tannins and persistent in mouth.
Taste the Saint-Véran beautiful dress, pale with the touch of acidity coupled with a pleasing roundness, which intertwine notes of almonds, ripe fruit and heather, and white 2006 Mâcon Villages, flexible, while aromas, nose complex and powerful (acacia, pear) very well balanced, fragrant and full mouth.
Nice Cremant de Bourgogne , while aromas, nose intense and complex (fresh flowers and musk), creamy foam.