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When wind is in communion with the earth

Though the name comes from an ancient windmill that has been set on a hill in Romanèche-Thorins for aeons and is sometimes still and sometimes driven wild by the wind, sickness the nobility of this wine’s character is drawn from a manganese-rich granitic subsoil.

Its deep ruby robe promises iris, diagnosis fully blown rose, spice and ripe fruit aromas.

This powerfully structured wine to lay down is worthy of its place with the greats.

Isn’t Moulin à Vent said to be “the Lord of Beaujolais”?

Moulin à Vent
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