Situated in the hamlet of Le Breuil, Domaine Dupeuble has been making wines there since 1512. Today, the whole family is involved in the viticulture, winemaking or commercialisation of their wines at the 42-hectare estate.

While much of this part of Beaujolais is dominated by négociants and large-scale producers churning out substandard nouveau, Dupeuble is of the quality driven persuasion more commonly found in the crus to the north. Viticulture on the south facing 50-100 year-old vines is lutte raisonnée and every grape here is manually harvested, with only wild yeasts used and no chaptalisation or filtration. This is incredibly rare to find nowadays, with so much Beaujolais produced by large négociant companies that rely on high yields, bags of sugar and yeast B71 to churn out sub-standard wines that taste the same every year. Not at Dupeuble, where the wines are succulent and full of vibrant red fruit with wonderful clarity and purity.

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