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Beaujolais Villages Anthony Thevenet 2018 - Buon Vino Natural Wine
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Beaujolais Villages Anthony Thevenet 2018

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One Line Description Beaujolais Villages Anthony Thevenet, organic wine, natural wine, 100% Gamay, Carbonic maceration, fresh vintage, crunchy red fruits, superb texture, balance and minerality.
Production Method Natural, Organic
Country France French
Region Beaujolais, France
Producer Anthony Thevenet
Vintage 2018
Wine Type Red Wine
Wine Style Medium bodied
Grape Blend 100% Gamay
Alcohol 14.5% Abv
Terroir Sandy, granite, limestone soil
Total Sulphur Level Below 50mg/l
Maturation Whole bunch carbonic maceration in vats for 20 days.
Annual Production 0 - 5,000 bottles
Ageing Potential 8 -10 years
Production Detail Grapes are hand- picked, 50 year old vines, natural yeasts, organic production, low sulphites, old foudres and other vessels for maturation and cellar movements.
Natural Features Low Sulphite (Sulphur), Vegan, Unfined, Unfiltered
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Beaujolais Villages Anthony Thevenet, organic wine, natural wine, 100% Gamay, Carbonic maceration, fresh vintage, crunchy red fruits, superb texture, balance and minerality. One of the rising stars of the Beaujolais region, Anthony's wines are get better and better, the new Beaujo 18 is superb Gamay at a fantastic price.

Anthony Thévenet is a young winemaker who has only been producing since 2013, but in those few years his wines have really made a splash. He was only recently studying viticulture at school, while working part time for natural wine pioneer Georges Descombes. This was his first experience of learning about natural wine production, an experience extended under the tutelage of Jean Foillard. While Thévenet may be new to the scene, his family certainly is not. His great grandfather worked the vines here, as did his grandfather, from whom he inherited his first two hectares (to which he also recently added a hectare in the Côte Du Py). Some of his vines are 150 years old, standing like historical monuments to his family’s proud history. One of the plots has been there for a century and produces magnificent wine.The terroir is largely of iron-rich sand and granite, known as “rotten rocks”. The shallow soil depth has not stopped the vines from adapting to the often arid conditions, with their roots reaching deep to find moisture. Perhaps one of the reasons for this apparent ingenuity on behalf of the plants is the care they receive from Thévenet, who meticulously tends to them by hand, tilling the soil himself. The soil of Côte Du Py, famous for producing excellent deep red wines, is mostly made up of volcanic rock, schist and blue granite. Summer here is long and hot, followed by cold winters – perfect for growing Gamay grapes. Anthony Thévenet is one to keep an eye on – he’s just getting started.

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