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Although considered part of Burgundy - situated just south of Maconnais – Beaujolais is quite different wine territory. The predominant grape variety is Gamay which thrives on the granite and schist soils, meanwhile a small amount of Chardonnay is grown at the top of the region where limestone is more prevalent. Although the region’s reputation is – rather unfairly – based off Beaujolais-Nouveau (the now highly publicized tradition of opening a few bottles of the latest vintage), the region’s highest quality wines comes from ten named villages. The largest in style and longest lived tend to be Moulin-a-Vent and Morgon, while Chenas and Fleurie are lighter and typically express more floral aromas. They can be appreciated year round but seem particularly appropriate in the summer and pair exceptionally well with cheese and charcuterie.
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2015Bichot Chateau De Jarnioux Beaujolais 2015  Bichot Chateau De Jarnioux Beaujolais  750ml

Producer: Domaine Albert Bichot
Varietal: Gamay | Country: France | Region: Burgundy | Sub-Region: Beaujolais | Type: Red

Price: $14.99