This 2012 vintage is the fruit of its terroir, with a very beautiful red-purple colour and aromas of black fruit, which makes it harmonious and very pleasurable from the first sip. The "Moulin-à-Vent", the Lord of Beaujolais, is oldest and most well-known of the 10 Beaujolais Crus. Its vines are located on a granitic hill with seams of manganese, which give the superb ageing ability like a Great Burgundy. This is a unique and recognised terroir. At the top of this small hill is a 15th century windmill, classed as an historic monument. Taste this solid and structured wine with the image of its centuries-old windmill.