Winery notes (2018 Vintage)
"The vines for the Beaujolais-Villages are in the village of Lantignié, high up in the hills and bordering the cru of Régnié. Lantigníe is considered the top village for Beaujolais-Villages because of its high elevation. (There is also a movement behind it to make it the next Cru of Beaujolais.) This wine is inspired by the type of wine that would be served in a traditional Lyonnais bouchon or bistro, or poured at a dinner table with friends. It is low in alcohol, has bright acidity, and is red fruited. David and Michele's goal is to make you wish you ordered a magnum of it. The wine is fermented whole cluster, semi-carbonic maceration and aged in cuve. There are no punch downs or pump overs."
91/100 William Kelley, The Wine Advocate, August 2019 (2018 Vintage)
"From three high-altitude parcels with pink granitic soils in Lantignié, the 2018 Beaujolais-Villages bursts with aromas of rose petals, red berries and herbs. On the palate, it's medium to full-bodied, satiny and supple, with succulent acids and melting tannins. This is already drinking well."
91/100 Josh Raynolds, Vinous, October 2019 (2018 Vintage)
"Limpid violet colour. Expressive aromas of fresh red berries on the perfumed nose, along with suggestions of pungent flowers and baking spices. Offers silken, mineral-laced raspberry and bitter cherry flavours that flesh out and become sweeter with air. Shows real energy and mineral lift, finishing very long and spicy, with repeating red fruit character and smooth tannins that come on late."