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Domaine des Roches Bleues is situated on the sunny south-facing slope of Mont Brouilly, a beautiful landmark of the rolling hillside region of Beaujolais. The name of the domaine is drawn from the hue of the underlying rock, a blue granite composed from metamorphic volcanic rock similar to that found in the Massif Central. The rock is extremely hard – in 1976 dynamite was needed to blast the rock to create the gravity fed cellar. Domaine Les Roches Bleues produces two classic Beaujolais Cru for Boutinot; a Brouilly and, from three precious hectares of 50-year-old vines on the slopes of Mont Brouilly, a Côte de Brouilly.
Beaujolais / Maconnais, France
Christiane and Dominique Lacondemine’s 50-year-old vines grow on the high granite and schist slope...