Beaujolais-Villages ”Pleine Tête”

Baptiste Bertrand

Baptiste Bertrand - Beaujolais Villages ''Pleine Tete''(front) (1)
Type

Red Wine

Appelation

Beaujolais Villages

Variety

Gamay

Pleine Tête is a shockingly simple and delicious Gamay from humble Beaujolais-Villages vineyards in the shadow of the Mont Brouilly. Vinified in the semi carbonic vin nature style, this wine is a subversive wink to the vino-industrial complex that still dominates the Beaujolais. Baptiste designed his own label inspired by the street artist Banksy's famous mural of a revolutionary preparing to hurl a bouquet of flowers, but of course in the Beaujolais one must be ready to fight with Gamay.

Viticulture
Vineyard name

Charentay

Soil type

Silty Loam

Vineyard size0.8 ha
PruningGoblet
Vinification

Semi-carbonic cold fermentation with native years in concrete tanks. Grapes are refrigerated and left to macerate in concrete tanks. After press, the juice is cooled to 12-15ºC

Elevageenameled steel tanks
Harvest typeHand Harvested
Additional info
UPC Code Bottle046139084658
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