Raphaël Beysang

Raphaël Beysang

Raphaël Beysang comes from Alsace, the son of restaurateurs and the grandson of an oenologist. He was lucky enough to begin his training with Patrick Meyer, then moved to Jean-Marc Dreyer where he met Vincent Marie ... deciding to follow him to Auvergne. It is there that he met Patrick Bouju, with whom he has worked until the decision to leave the region and begin its journey in Beaujolais, and with which it continues to collaborate by making wine gamay that Bouju bottles for the shop. Emélie Hurtubise is Canadian, during a trip to Japan he met Justine Loiseau, the wife of Patrick Bouju, followed her to Auvergne where, in the cellar, Raphaël was called to replace him. That meeting was only the beginning of their new one path. The couple settled in Saint Germain Nuelles in 2017 and today own about 8.7 hectares of vineyards, all of them managed in biodynamics, which vinifies for the most part with the exception of a few lots that sells to friends in Auvergne. 100% gamay on various types of soil: clay, limestone, granite, blue stones. The very clear vision and the strong principles foresee a great dedication and hard work in the vineyards, followed by a transformation / production of "zero zero" wine. The wines of Emélie and Raphaël are of a purity rare, crisp and pleasant, light and with an almost dangerous degree of drinkability; the good news is that a starting from the 2018 vintage, their wines are available exclusively in 1 liter or magnum formats. The bottles are mostly recycled and therefore all look different

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