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  • Beaujolais and...

    AOC Beaujolais covers the southern part of the greater Beaujolais wine region while the Beaujolais Villages appellation covers the northern part of the same wine region. A Beaujolais Village comes from the appellation area which includes one of the 10 Beaujolais crus (from north to south, Saint-Amour le Juliénas Chenas, Moulin à Vent, Fleurie, Chiroubles le Morgon, Régnié le Brouilly and Côte-de-Brouilly). Whether in Beaujolais or Beaujolais Villages, red is a blend of the Gamay Noir grape, which finds a great variation in its expressions in the great variety of terroir (altitudes 190 to 500 m, orientations, soils and subsoils). A rarer production exists in whites from the Chardonnay grape variety. The method specific to Beaujolais maceration grapes in vats for 5 to 7 days allows the wine to lose significantly in liveliness and thus is marketable fairly quickly. The Beaujolais Nouveau is the fruit of this method, marketed on the 3rd Thursday of the month of November as Beaujolais Nouveau or Beaujolais Villages Nouveau. The characteristics of the Beaujolais produce wines with a beautiful ruby ​​red color, fresh and fruity (aromas of cherry and raspberry). let yourself be surprised by Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages or rosé Beaujolais which offer a price / pleasure ratio among the best in France. Then discover the 10 Beaujolais wines that each express their terroir variations.

    Beaujolais & Beaujolais Villages wines are red wines made from Gamay, light fruity and refreshing. Follow big names like Dubeouf and discrover some independant producers.

  • Brouilly & Côtes de...
  • Chénas
  • Chiroubles
  • Fleurie Red Beaujolais...

    Fleurie is one of the most famous Crus Beaujolais. The Gamay Noir expresses on these steep terroirs of granite its full potential of fruit aromas. A beaujolais de Fleurie presents a bright red dress with mauve reflections on the edges. On the nose, fruits such as cherries, raspberries as well as floral notes in general of Iris and violets burst. The palate offers a lively attack with a great fluidity linked to very fine tannins. A Fleurie is tasted very well in its first 5 years and will be appreciated for its freshness qualities on creamy cheese poultry.

    The Fleurie appellation has 13 climates which would be the equivalent of the 1st Crus of Fleurie if this distinction existed (the Moriers, the Madonna, Grille Midi ...)

  • Juliénas Red Wine...

    The dress of Juliénas is deep and ruby ​​red very intense. The nose of this 100% Gamay wine evokes a world subtly floral (violet, Peony) and fruity (strawberry, currant cherry). Juliénas is one of the Crus Beaujolais to enjoy a great capacity of guard, until 8 or 10 years old. The name Juliénas would refer to Julius Caesar who would have set up a camp in the area during his conquest of Gaul. In any case it refers to the culture of the vine in this region in the time of the Romans, Juliénas would be the first vineyard of the Gallo Roman era of Beaujolais. Juliénas has been recognized as AOC since 1938.
    Did you know: The Cru de Juliénas is twinned with the 4th Arrondissement of the city of Lyon.

  • Moulin à Vent Red...

    Moulin-à-vent is the oldest appellation of Beaujolais, it is located on the most beautiful slopes of Romanèche-Thorins and Chenas. At the top of a hill stands a windmill that gave its name to the appellation whose AOC dates from September 1936. A windmill can be a wine both full-bodied and fine, suitable for a guard of 10 to 15 years. At the beginning of the 20th century the wines of what will become Windmill were compared to beautiful Burgundy wines in the Côte d'Or. The Moulin-à-Vent wine is a red wine that owes its deep red robe to Gamay granite and grape, with the time this dress will tend to garnet and ruby ​​notes. The nose of a Windmill offers notes of ripe fruit such as cherry burlat and floral notes that evoke the violet. The evolution of this wine will bring this nose to offer notes of dried rose and Iris then close to 10 years of custody of animal notes of Musk and undergrowth vegetables take over. On the palate tannins are fine but present, the frame is fine but also fleshy, all carried by a minerality due to granite and woody notes depending on the farm.

  • Morgon
  • Régnié Red Beaujolais...

    In 1988 Regnié became the tenth cru of Beaujolais, this appellation is located only in the commune of Régnié-Durette. Régnié's wines have light soils on which gamay produces very fruity, fine and fleshy wines. The dress is a beautiful bright red with hints of purple, nose a red wine Regnié is an explosion of fruit, currant and raspberry in particular, then, for the very beautiful cuvées notes of violet assert themselves thereafter. The fruity mouth is long, supported by a supple but present tannic structure. A Régnié is eaten within 5 years.

  • Saint Amour Beaujolais...

    Saint-Amour is the northernmost wine in the Beaujolais wine region. Depending on the winemaking method and the duration of maceration chosen, Saint Amour will be a wine to drink in 2 years, marked by aromas of red fruits, white-fleshed fruit (peach) and flowers. In case of long maceration, a Saint Amour will become a powerful, structured Beaujolais wine with aromas of cherry cherry and spicy aromas. The guard of such a wine will easily be 10 or 12 years old. The Saint-Amour AOC dates from 1946.

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