At the north-western edge of Beaujolais, Julienas is divided between 4 communes which are mainly in the Rhone. The average altitude varies between 230 and 430 metres with diverse soils.
The parcels face south/south east and were planted more than thirty years ago. Each lies over very weather blue rock.
Every day the winemaker, Pascal Granger, works in this ‘high place’ ( the old church) where wine lovers have replaced the faithful. Not far from the centre of the village where the estate is located, the perfectly matured Gamay grapes produce a wine with a crisp structure and silky tannins – a truly indulgent wine.