Éric Janin looks after his vineyard, ideally situated on one of the best terroirs in the Beaujolais. Clos du Tremblay is a very qualitative and coherent step up in the range of Moulin-à-Vent wines from the Paul Janin & Fils estate. Silky, rich and structured, with notes of blackcurrant, it is a wine that combines powerful tannins with a mineral side.
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Moulin-à-Vent is the most highly rated of all the Beaujolais crus, though it is not named after and village in the area and is spread over the communes of Romanèche-Thorins and Chénas. It arguably produces the most age-worthy Gamay offerings, due to the spicy, firm backbone the wines possess. In the hands of the father and son team of Paul and Eric Janin, winemakers of impeccable probity and talent, this domaine continues to produce the very best that Moulin-à-Vent can offer. The soils, with crumbly pink granite and rich in manganese, give their wines a spicy, individual character but this does not undermine their elegance and refinement. Vintage after vintage, the Janin wines do not miss a beat.
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