Beaujolais Wine

Looking for the perfect summer red wine? You’ve come to the right place. The Gamay grape rules the roost in France’s Beaujolais region, thriving on dark granite soils where it produces an amazing array of distinctive styles. The region is divided in to ten individual Cru, ranging from the delicate, floral charms of Fleurie to the more powerful, structured Juliénas. The generic Beaujolais and Villages wines, meanwhile, guarantee a soft, light, and disarmingly fruity mouthful. This is a quintessentially French region if ever there was one, with winemaking culture and traditions that have remained unchanged for centuries, but which have, perhaps unsurprisingly, been copied the world over.

Our new producer Maison Jean Loron knows a thing or two about the production of top Beaujolais, with a history dating back over 300 years. Today the house owns 120 hectares of vineyards across seven of the ten Beaujolais Cru as well as owning vineyards and working with growers in Burgundy’s Maconnais region. Our new range features four Loron Beaujolais and a classic Burgundian Chardonnay, the Pouilly Fuissé Les Vieux Murs.

So remember, it’s not just about the Nouveau.

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