Chateau de la Terriere is in the heart of the Beaujolais Cru villages, facing Mount Brouilly. The vines average 50 years on this site and are grown on a dry, pink granite hill. Much respect is made of the vineyards. The nose is beautifully aromatic, with summer berry fruit. The palate is round with delicate fruit notes. We like to pair this to roast poultry or boxing day cold cuts.