About 9 hectares of vineyards at Chateau des Jacques in the Moulin-a-Vent region of Beaujolais lie on chalky-clay soils and are ideally suited to growing Chardonnay grapes that attain very good levels of ripeness: the "Clos de Loyse" located in Romanèche.
The Beaujolais Blanc "Clos de Loyse" is vinified in stainless steel tanks at a low temperature and bottled in the spring at a relatively young age, to keep all of its freshness.
The Beaujolais Blanc Grand Clos de Loyse is a delicate fresh and fruity wine. It is a charming white wine, ideal as an aperitif as well as with seafood or "charcuterie". The Beaujolais white is supposed to be drunk young, but it can also keep 3-5 years in good cellaring conditions. The quantities of white Beaujolais are very small.
Length of aging:
Full-Bodied White Wine