Situated south of the legendary Burgundy vineyard. Beaujolais is a small area where the soil is mainly granite. The predominant grapes are Gamay for the red and Chardonnay for the white (tiny production). The wines are fresh, vivid and fruity with a light body in general. Morgon and Brouilly wines are more structured in body.
Juliénas is one of the ten Crus of Beaujolais, located in the eastern part of France.
Made from the Gamay grape, Juliénas wines tend to be somewhat fuller-bodied and richer in flavour than other Beaujolais wines.
On the nose, this wine offers a bouquet of red and black fruit aromas,…
Fleurie, one of the ten crus of Beaujolais, is known for its refined and elegant wines, with refreshing red fruit flavours alongside floral notes. Perfect with white meats, salmon or tuna, and creamy sauces. This wine, from the highly rated Arenite vineyard, is richly floral with fresh berry aromas! Slightly chilled, this is a perfect summer evening red.