Currency and Delivery Country

We're just loading our login box for you, hang on!

Domaine Romy Wine

Domaine Romy is in Beaujolais, France. This family-run estate is in Theizé, a village with a long history. They use both old techniques and new practices.

The winery started in the early 20th century. The Romy family has been making wine since then. They have grown their vineyards and improved their methods. Nicolas Romy now leads the winery. He brings new ideas but respects the family's history.

The vineyard covers about 25 hectares. It is in Northern Beaujolais. This includes areas like Brouilly and Côte de Brouilly. They mainly grow Gamay grapes. These are known for making wines that are fruity, fresh, and fine.

Domaine Romy focuses on sustainable farming. They use organic methods without synthetic chemicals. This is better for the environment and the vines. They focus on low yields, careful canopy management, and picking the best vines. This leads to high-quality grapes.

They pick grapes by hand. This lets them choose the best fruit and keep the grapes in good condition. This careful approach is a sign of the winery's commitment to quality.

In the cellar, Nicolas Romy and his team use old and new methods. Fermentation is with natural yeasts. This shows the grapes' natural flavours. They use carbonic maceration. This is typical for Beaujolais. It makes the wines fruity and fresh. Ageing often involves oak barrels. This adds complexity and depth but keeps the wine's natural taste.

Domaine Romy's wines show the qualities of the Beaujolais area and the Gamay grape. Their range includes Beaujolais Nouveau and wines from the cru vineyards. The Brouilly and Côte de Brouilly wines are known for their fruit flavours, spice notes, and elegant tannins. They can be enjoyed young or aged.

They also grow some Chardonnay. They make white wines that are fresh and aromatic. These show the qualities of the limestone-rich soil. These wines are less common in Beaujolais but are becoming known for their quality and uniqueness.

Read more
Sort by
Advanced search
Age in years
Bottling year
Alcohol by volume
Distilleries & brands
User rating
Bottle size
Showing 1 - 2 out of 2
Sort by