Signe Vignerons Beaujolais Villages Chateau de Souzy 2010

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Crawley, UK (5,600 mi)
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1000ml
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Signe Vigneron was established by Olivier Ravier in 1997 in order to produce and promote the wines of the Beaujolais with good typicity from their ... Read more

Ruby red in color. The nose includes hints of small red and black fruits such as raspberry and black currant. This wine is soft and fleshy at times... Read more

Who doesnrsquo;t love a great Beaujolais Village? Fresh, fun and fruity, it works equally as well on the dinner table as it does on the beach, and ... Read more

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External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
10/16/2012

Signe Vigneron was established by Olivier Ravier in 1997 in order to produce and promote the wines of the Beaujolais with good typicity from their respective areas. Chateau du Souzy is a beautiful Castle built in 1765 in Quincie-en-Beaujolais Village by the prestigious Lyonnaise Family. The Domain overlooks the Valley Ardieres and is near the Historic Capital of Beaujolais, Beaujeu. The vineyards cover ten hectares on east and south east sloping hills, 350m above sea level. The average age of their vines is 48 years. Grapes : 100% Gamay. Region: France / Beaujolais / Beaujolais villages AOC Notes : Ruby red with a red berries aroma. Medium body, crisp acidity with an abundance of blackcurrant and raspberry on the palate. Soft and rounded on the finish. Serve : At 13/14°C to accompany white meats, fish, cheese or Asian cuisine. ABV : 13%


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Ruby red in color. The nose includes hints of small red and black fruits such as raspberry and black currant. This wine is soft and fleshy at times with beautiful balance.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Who doesnrsquo;t love a great Beaujolais Village? Fresh, fun and fruity, it works equally as well on the dinner table as it does on the beach, and you should always have one on hand for an impromptu picnic or BBQ! Soft and mellow, this wine is bursting with currant, black cherry and strawberry notes.


External Review
Source: Great Wines Direct
11/09/2010

Signé Vigneron was established by Olivier Ravier in 1997 in order to produce and promote the wines of the Beaujolais with good typicity from their respective areas. Château du Souzy is a beautiful Castle built in 1765 in Quincié-en-Beaujolais Village by the prestigious Lyonnaise Family. The Domain overlooks the Valley Ardieres and is near the Historic Capital of Beaujolais, Beaujeu. The vineyards cover ten hectares on east and south east sloping hills, 350m above sea level. The average age of their vines is 48 years. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Gamay. Viticulture: Grapes are handpicked from the granite soils of the domain. They undergo semi-carbonic maceration at a controlled temperature. Tasting Note: Ruby red with a red berries aroma. Medium body, crisp acidity with an abundance of blackcurrant and raspberry on the palate. Soft and rounded on the finish. Serve: At 13/14°C to accompany white meats, fish, cheese or Asian cuisine.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2009 05/19/2011

Who doesn't love a great Beaujolais Village? Fresh, fun and fruity, it works equally as well on the dinner table as it does on the beach, and you should always have one on hand for an impromptu picnic or BBQ! Soft and mellow, this wine is bursting with currant, black cherry and strawberry notes.


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
Vintage: 2009 05/19/2011

Ruby red in color. The nose includes hints of small red and black fruits such as raspberry and black currant. This wine is soft and fleshy at times with beautiful balance.


External Review
Vintage: 2009 05/18/2011

Ruby red in color. The nose includes hints of small red and black fruits such as raspberry and black currant. This wine is soft and fleshy at times with beautiful balance.


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Winemaker's Notes:

Signe Vigneron was established by Olivier Ravier in 1997 in order to produce and promote the wines of the Beaujolais with good typicity from their respective areas. Château du Souzy is a beautiful Castle built in 1765 in Quincié-en-Beaujolais Village by the prestigious Lyonnaise Family. The Domain overlooks the Valley Ardieres and is near the Historic Capital of Beaujolais, Beaujeu. The vineyards cover ten hectares on east and south east sloping hills, 350m above sea level. The average age of their vines is 48 years. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Gamay. Viticulture: Grapes are handpicked from the granite soils of the domain. They undergo semi-carbonic maceration at a controlled temperature. Tasting Note: Ruby red with a red berries aroma. Medium body, crisp acidity with an abundance of blackcurrant and raspberry on the palate. Soft and rounded on the finish. Serve: At 13/14°C to accompany white meats, fish, cheese or Asian cuisine.

Signe Vigneron was established by Olivier Ravier in 1997 in order to produce and promote the wines of the Beaujolais with good typicity from their respective areas. Château du Souzy is a beautiful Castle built in 1765 in Quincié-en-Beaujolais Village by the prestigious Lyonnaise Family. The Domain overlooks the Valley Ardieres and is near the Historic Capital of Beaujolais, Beaujeu. The vineyards cover ten hectares on east and south east sloping hills, 350m above sea level. The average age of their vines is 48 years. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Gamay. Viticulture: Grapes are handpicked from the granite soils of the domain. They undergo semi-carbonic maceration at a controlled temperature. Tasting Note: Ruby red with a red berries aroma. Medium body, crisp acidity with an abundance of blackcurrant and raspberry on the palate. Soft and rounded on the finish. Serve: At 13/14°C to accompany white meats, fish, cheese or Asian cuisine.

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