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The first generation of winemakers from the Charmet family came to settle on their land in the mid-1650s, the family has become pretty good at reading the vintages and making quality Gamay from their little pocket of Beaujolais.
The wines of the Charmet vineyard have secured a privileged place thanks to their finesse, elegance, length and in particular their fruity yet subtle aromas.
Southern Beaujolais is filled with small producers who are often overlooked in favour of their northern compatriots. Here there is great value to be found, with these humble vineyards making eloquent and satisfying wines that speak of their place. The Charmet 'Masfraise' is one such wine, filled with flavours of plum, cherry and wild raspberry. It has a wash of juicy acidity on the finish and enough weight to be paired with more rustic cuisines.
Fruity aromas of Strawberry, Raspberry, Pomegranate and Red Cherry. This wine is excellent now and will hold up really well over the next decade.
Culinary Recommendation: To serve at 18 C. Good match with robust roast chicken dishes, thick and hearty bean stews, casseroles, pork sausages, and beef mince-based delights like bolognese. It’s also going to go really nicely with stuffed zucchini or eggplant, smothered in a glossy tomato passata.