This wine from Château des Pertonniere shows Beaujolais at its best; it is in a different league to the everyday Beaujolais found all over the supermarkets - try it to see why!
Beaujolais from one of the ten named crus of the region, Chiroubles. Ample primary aromas of red cherry and blackberries at first visit and then over time the acidity seems to integrate and an almost savoury character develops.
From Julien Sunier, Beaujolais' most exciting young producer, comes this epic Beaujolais-Villages. Made with old vine Gamay grown in some of the region's best sites, but labelled as Beaujolais-Villages and sold at a superb price. This wine is naturally made, not using any sulphur during vilification or bottling.
This old vine Gamay is a great example of a wine from esteemed Beaujolais producers Jean-Paul and Charly Thevenet. This can be enjoyed young or is a great addition to a cellar collection.
From the heart of Beaujolais, this 2019 is taken from vines that are on average 70 years old! With an exceptional maturity, this wine offers a rich nose of red fruits and a powerful finish.
David and Michele are definitely Beaujolais's ones to watch. They work organically in some of the regions best cru's, and their Beaujolais Villages really shows the amazing potential in this often overlooked region.
Jean Claude Lapalu is one of a handful of organically certified producers in Beaujolais. Brouilly is one of the famous 10 'Crus' of the region, and the vines harvested for this 'Cuvée des Fous' are over 100 years old. Uniquely for Beaujolais, it is bottled in a Bordeaux bottle due to an amusing conversation about selling bordeaux in 2000. The wine was incredibly popular, and the bottle shape stuck!
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