Enter the mythical world of the Carthusian Fathers. The recipe for the famous Chartreuse is still a great mystery, and has been since the 17th century.
Stéphane Ogier represents the 7th generation of the family established in Ampuis, the cradle of the Côte-Rôtie.
"After making wine in Cahors, New Zealand and Tokaj, Sébastien Poly took over this small family estate in 2006. He benefits from a heritage of old vines planted in the 1960s in the granite and clay valley of Taravo, not far from the Comte Abbatucci and Vaccelli estates. He vinifies without yeast, with very little or no sulphite. His wines retain a great aromatic frankness. Certified organic since 2009, he is currently converting to biodynamics, and offers wines of a greediness and digestibility rare in Corsica. Not to be missed." RVF Guide 2018