Beaujolais-Villages

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Beaujolais-Villages

Description

This Beaujolais Villages comes from several villages located in the northern part of the region. A large proportion of this blend comes from our stunning old-vine parcel planted on a 45° sloped hillside. These wines combine finesse, flavor and roundness and are perfect for immediate enjoyment. Appellation size: 6 000 ha

Winemaking

Traditional vinification with controlled temperature.

Tasting note

Our Beaujolais-Villages reveals a deep ruby red colour. The nose is full of red fruits, lightly spicy. In the mouth, the structure is round and supple with fresh fruits flavours. The tanins are silky, pleasant and gourmet wine.

Suggested food pairings

Wild game, meat dishes with sauces, roasts, charcuterie and cheese.

Serving temperature

13°C

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Appellation Beaujolais-Villages


Varietal 100 % Gamay


Estate vines 13 ha


Average Vine Age 51 years


Soil composition Granitic soils mixed with variable amounts of clay


Pruning Gobelet


Harvest Manual


Density of Vines 9 000 vines/ha


Average yield 40-50 hl/ha


Press review

  • French press
  • International press

Beaujolais-Villages 2015 - International du Gamay - Janvier 2016


Beaujolais-Villages 2016 - James Suckling - USA - March 2018 - 91/100


Beaujolais-Villages 2017 - Wine Spectator - USA - February 2019 - 89/100


Refreshing aromas and flavors of red berries and blue fruit, cast in fresh, crunchy tannins.

Beaujolais-Village 2015 - Wine Enthusiast - USA - November 2016 - 85/100


Beaujolais-Villages 2015 - Jancis Robinson - UK - January 2017 - 15.5/20


Beaujolais-Villages 2015 - James Suckling - USA - February 2017 - 90/100


Beaujolais-Villages 2018 - Sommelier Wine Awards 2020 - Silver Medal


'Lovely ripe fruit with good structure, leading to a rich palate with a good clean finish.' Daniel Eriksen, Anglian Country Inns.

'Light and delicate, with subtle red fruits.' Dave Cushley, Prestonfield House.

'Raspberry and strawberry, with some red and black cherry too, and a kirsch note.' Romain de Courcy, The Ritz Paris.