Francis Jourdain’s property is located on the slopes of the Cher River and has supported the Jourdain family for many centuries. From this exceptional soil, Francis’ ancestors cut the stone for the famous rifle flints used by Napoleon’s armies; others already grew grapes and made into wine. Both passionate for the wine’s alchemy, they naturally look after this soil, which gives unique character that you find in their products.
A blend of Gamay, Côt and Pinot Noir. Fine ruby in colour with few violet reflections. The wine displays plenty of cherry and blackcurrant fruits sith hints of spices all wrapped up in a medium-bodied structure and smooth balance. The wine will go well with grilled meats, meat skewers, ribs or cheese board.