The vineyard is located aroud the hill of Château de Montmelas.
In 1566, the Marquis, our ancestor, bought the castle to live in.Little by little, the estate increased to become the main activity nowadays.
Since then his descendants have worked to make it producing great Beaujolais Villages wines.
Set within the Beaujolais Villages appellation, the Château de Montmelas’ estate covers a 50ha-large vineyard (120 acres).
Vines grow on rising sun and south slopes, mainly made of granite.
Vines are grown under environmental friendly agriculture and harvest is hand made.
The grape of our red Beaujolais-Villages is exclusively Gamay, a black grape producing white flesh. It gives fruity and structured wines to which the various soils add their own signature. These round, greedy and convivial wines are easy to drink and enjoyable.
Rare pearl of the region, our white Beaujolais-Villages, is extracted from Chardonnay. This grape gives supple dry wines that delight connoisseur of wines.
His passion, his wines.
As the men of his family did, Amaury "fell into the tank" when he was little.
Today anchored in his vineyards, he cultivates and vinifies at the Grand cuvage to produce the Marquis de Montmelas wines.
His will? Create wines in his own image to charm and touch the consumer.
He likes to say that wines are better when they are shared.
Sharing and transmitting
When she married Amaury she decided to make people discover his wines.
Today in charge of oenotourism, she will guide you during tours or wine tastings.
Her will ? That visitors leave with the idea that in Beaujolais people know how to make great wines.
She likes to say that Marquis de Montmelas' wines are made of history.
Vineyard an dhistory
She was born in Montmelas and so is really attached to the terroir and our vines.
She is a really versatile person as she works in the vines, participates to the elaboration of the wines and to oenotourism.
Her will ?
She likes to say