Beaujolais

Reds from the Beaujolais area of Burgundy

Beaujolais is part of the Burgundy region and whilst it's often thought that they only produce red wine there is an increasing number of producers who are making white wines with mixed success. Beaujolais has many disguises and there is a world of difference between the Beaujolais Nouveau and one of the world class Cru Beaujolais. They all use the Gamay grape but if you are lucky enough to have a vineyard in one of the Cru areas then the quality of your fruit will be significantly higher. These Cru areas have idea soil, more sun and are often sheltered from the elements. There are currently 13 designated Cru appelations within Burgundy.

Our favourite growers include Chateau de Souzy, Les Grand Cedres, Domaine de l'Oseraie, Domaine Romany and Chateau de Bagnols who all produce remarkable wine from this delightful region of France.

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Beaujolais

Reds from the Beaujolais area of Burgundy

Beaujolais is part of the Burgundy region and whilst it's often thought that they only produce red wine there is an increasing number of producers who are making white wines with mixed success. Beaujolais has many disguises and there is a world of difference between the Beaujolais Nouveau and one of the world class Cru Beaujolais. They all use the Gamay grape but if you are lucky enough to have a vineyard in one of the Cru areas then the quality of your fruit will be significantly higher. These Cru areas have idea soil, more sun and are often sheltered from the elements. There are currently 13 designated Cru appelations within Burgundy.

Our favourite growers include Chateau de Souzy, Les Grand Cedres, Domaine de l'Oseraie, Domaine Romany and Chateau de Bagnols who all produce remarkable wine from this delightful region of France.

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