Set at the northern end of the Beaujolais vinegrowing region, Cru Fleurie is often considered to be the most feminine of the Crus.
An open nose with aromas of red fruit and hints of rose. A ... Read More
Cave de Fleurie was founded in 1927 by the women of Fleurie who had taken over the running of much of the appellation during the First World War. Today the Cave is recognised as one of the lea... Read More
As the highest perched of the ten Beaujolais Crus, the vineyards of the Chiroubles appellation area are planted on sharp steep slopes (altitude: from 250 to 500 m above sea-level).
Deed ruby i... Read More
Régnié was awarded cru status in 1988 and competes with Juliénas in its claim of being the first Beaujolais village to be planted with vines.
The nose is open and appealing with aromas reminis... Read More
This elegant Beaujolais Cru is made with Gamay grapes grown in vineyards at the foot of Mont Brouilly where the vines flourish in the mineral-rich soils. The vinification method used is called... Read More