Ch. de la Terrière from 16th century, in Cercié is one of the oldest estates in the region, it is , in the heart of the Beaujolais region.
80 y.o. Gamay Noir vines. Pink granite sandy & rocky soil. Manual harvest, berries sorting. 12 m in oak barrels. Light filtering.
Age up to 10 years or decant well and serve in a fine glass at 16°C with red meats, game and Burgundy cheeses (St. Marcellin, Mont d'Or, Époisses).