The Lord of Beaujolais, takes its name from an ancient windmill planted on a hill in Romanèche Thorins. Its area is 660 ha. It owes its exceptional qualities to a maganese-rich granitic subsoil. With its dark ruby color, it is a robust wine with aromas of iris, roses, spices and ripe fruit. This aging wine is worthy of being among the greatest.
Serve at 14 ° if it is ripe, on red meats, game, Corsican cheeses.