Multiple landscapes

Agamy covers 1,100 hectares of vines, planted on the most beautiful terroirs of Gamay expression: in the Beaujolais mountains, on the volcanic reliefs of the Côtes du Forez and in the heart of the Coteaux du Lyonnais.

From plains to hillsides, our landscapes reveal many facets.


In the south of Beaujolais, the Cave de Bully seems set in a postcard setting: villages in golden stones, hills, meadows, forests, rivers, the landscapes are as breathtaking as they are varied.
The cellar also has the Agamy bottling site. (611 hectares and 98 winegrowers)


In the north of Beaujolais, located at the foot of Mont Brouilly, the Cave de Quincié produces the wines as well as the Beaujolais-Villages. (284 hectares and 109 winegrowers)


Near Lyon, in “the Lyonnais region” renowned for its gastronomy, La Cave des Coteaux du Lyonnais today represents nearly 60% of the appellation. 90 associated winegrowers operate around 140 hectares of Beaujolais and Coteaux du Lyonnais, vinified and bottled on the Bully site. (112 hectares and 29 winegrowers)


Anchored in the Côtes du Forez territory, La Cave de Trelins owns more than half of the appellation’s plots. The vines are located between the Loire river and the first foothills of the Massif Central. (67 hectares and 21 winegrowers)

The Beaujolais des Pierres Dorées hosts clay-limestone soils while the Beaujolais-Villages and crus come from soils composed of granite and schist, just like the Coteaux du Lyonnais. On the territory of the Côtes du Forez, one finds mainly basaltic rocks of volcanic origin.

In the south, the vines are trained and in the north, they are tied in the traditional way. Three types of pruning coexist: goblet, cordon and Guyot. Everywhere, the soils are grassed to fight against erosion phenomena and to contribute to biodiversity.

This diversity of terroirs, cultures and know-how which coexist contributes to the personality of our wines.