2022, Cote de Brouilly 100% Cotton

2022, Cote de Brouilly 100% Cotton
2022, Cote de Brouilly 100% Cotton

2022, Cote de Brouilly 100% Cotton




Red wine





All of the red wines at Cotton are vinified with native yeasts and without SO2 in concrete tanks, then age underground in century-old foudres that were originally built for holding beer, then were repurposed in the 1950s and 1960s.

After a manual harvest the grapes go for a carbonic maceration vinification in whole bunches, spontaneous fermentation with native yeasts

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Aged in foudres and barrels for 8 months

Total SO2

No added So2


Cote de Brouilly

Vine age

Old vines (+60 years)


Hand harvest

Bottle size

0,75 L

Bonnet Cotton

France · Beaujolais · Cote de Brouilly

Pierre Cotton's family has been farming and producing wine at the same cellar in Odenas since 1856, the winery is located in the Cru area of Côte de Brouilly. 

Today, Pierre and his wife Marine are the sole producers to make wine here. After working for a short stint as a motorcycle mechanic, Pierre spent two years in the Loire Valley, away from his comfort zone of, before returning to the domaine. In 2014, he reclaimed 1 hectare of Côte de Brouilly for his first cuvée - 100% Cotton. Over the next few years, he reclaimed another 2 hectares around Brouilly from the family holdings, purchased 1 hectare in Fleurie, 1 hectare of Regnié, and 1 hectare of Beaujolais, as well as planted a small patch of Beaujolais Blanc on a unique vein of limestone near the domaine.

Inspired by tasting wines with compatriot friends Yann Bertrand, Jules Metras, and Keke Descombes, Pierre’s wines are all farmed organically and made without any sulfur. Vinification is semi-carbonic in large cement tanks, and then the wines are aged for 8-9 months in old foudres that range in size from 14 to 42 hectoliters.

In 2020, Pierre's partner Marine Bonnet officially joined the domaine. Marine has a background as an agronomist specialized in viticulture, and Pierre and Marine now manage both the vineyards and winemaking together.

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