Paul Durdilly cares for his some 20 different small parcels of vines in and around Le Bois d’Oignt according to 'lutte raisonée' principles, avoiding treatments whenever possible. Nearly half the region’s soils are limestone, similar to the Côte d’Or, rather than the typical Beaujolais granite. Durdilly’s vines are mostly older, from 40 to 80 years.
Grapes are harvested by hand and fermented on indigenous yeasts in cement tanks. Wines are aged in a combination of tank and older, large foudre, and then bottled unrefined and unfiltered.
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