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The soil differs according to the altitude, thus producing different vines: from 300m to 450m above sea level, pink granite can be seen on the surface of very sandy and nutrient-poor soil, whereas at around 230m altitude, the gentle slope provides thicker and more clay-like soil. Le Fleurie is considered to be the most "feminine" cru due to its lightness and fineness; it smells of red fruit or flowers.
Régnié (1988*)Saint Amour (1946*) Brouilly (1938*)Chiroubles (1936*)Fleurie (1936*)
Moulin à Vent (1936*) Morgon (1936*) Chénas (1936*)Juliénas (1938*) Côte de Brouilly (1938*)
The nose of the wine refers to its scent, i.e. the wine bouquet, the aromas and fragrances which are produced.
The flavour of the wine refers to the sensations experienced on the tongue, when the structure, character and earthiness of the wine are revealed.
Wine legs or "tears" refer to the droplets that form on the inside of a wine glass. Their appearance (thick, fine, fatty etc.) indicates the fat and alcohol content of the wine.
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