Château Cambon Beaujolais is a monovarietal natural red wine from the AOC Beaujolais made withGamay grapes and produced by Château Cambon.
Château Cambon is a project directed by Marie Lapierre and Jean-Claude Chanudet. They produce natural wines that express the terroir and that are fresh and pleasant.
The vineyards for Château Cambon Beaujolais are around 80 years old and are planted in granitic sand soils. The grapes are harvested manually to guarantee their integrity and to ensure they arrive in the cellar without breaking. This also allows an initial selection of bunches in the field.
Château Cambon Beaujolais is made by vatting a large part of the whole vintage, performing what is known as carbonic semi-maceration, typical of Beaujolais. The total vatting process lasts a period of between 10 and 21 days. The wine ages in very old foudres for 9 months. It is vinified without using sulphites or adding commercial yeasts to the must.
Château Cambon Beaujolais is a fruity wine that is fresh and pleasantly expressive.