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  1. Paul Janin Et Fils Beaujolais Moulin-a-Vent Domain des Vignes du Tremblay 2017

    Paul Janin Et Fils Beaujolais Moulin-a-Vent Domain des Vignes du Tremblay 2017

    $24.00
    The flavors of carbonic maceration are unmistakable here. Grape, bubble gum and cotton candy jump out if the glass, but this is also pretty serious. Grilled plum, black cherry, go along with the creamy scents of pine forest and cedar box. This is a firm and serious wine but it is also easy to drink and does not require ones full attention. Beaujolais built to do its job as a crowd-pleaser that over delivers at the price range. Learn More
  2. Alex Foillard Beaujolais Brouilly Magnum 2017

    Alex Foillard Beaujolais Brouilly Magnum 2017

    $95.00
    Alex Foillard has been exposed to Gamay and Beaujolais his entire life. His father Jean was part of the “Gang of Four” that focused on natural wine making. His father has greatly influenced his wine making and all his wines have a silky texture and a seductive aromatic component. This wine has fruit that is reminiscent of cherry pie, blueberries, red currants, and a slight smokiness. The tannins are round and very balanced. Learn More
  3. Domaine St-Cyr "Les Blemonts" Chenas Beaujolais 2017

    Domaine St-Cyr "Les Blemonts" Chenas Beaujolais 2017

    $29.00
    Largest organic producer in Beaujolais who place great emphasis on the terroir of their wines. This Chénas vineyard has an average age of 55 years and is located in a former granite quarry. The result is a deep, intense Gamay, with ripe red fruit and floral aromas, an earthy tannic structure, and a meaty quality. There’s real depth of flavor and concentration to this sophisticated wine, and a long, lasting finish. Learn More
  4. Charly Thevenet Regnie "Grain and Granit" 2017

    Charly Thevenet Regnie "Grain and Granit" 2017

    $32.00
    Charly has big shoes to fill as he follows his father Jean-Paul Thévenet into the world of vignerons. A few years ago he purchased this parcel of 80 year old vines in Régnié. On the nose there are fresh baking spices, rose petals and savory meaty notes. This is a silky smooth wine that is so easy to drink you will want to put a chill on it and a swirly straw in it before reclining on your chaise lounge. Farmed using biodynamic techniques. Learn More
  5. Beaupere "La Croix" Julienas Beaujolais 2016

    Beaupere "La Croix" Julienas Beaujolais 2016

    $29.00
    Stylish, sophisticated Beaujolais from a producer committed to raising the quality of his family estate. The vines are 45 years old from a small plot in the heart of Juliènas. Fermentation is with native yeast and is partial carbonic. The result is a really attractive nose with aromas of raspberry, red cherry, clove, and black pepper. Very approachable while maintaining great concentration and intensity of flavors. Learn More
  6. Jean-Claude Lapalu Brouilly 2017

    Jean-Claude Lapalu Brouilly 2017

    $29.00
    This perfect representation of Brouilly comes from 50+ year-old vines grown on granitic soils. The aim is to express the land and fruit with as little interference as possible – just 10-15mg SO2 at bottling. Brouilly is the most southerly of Beaujolais’s Crus, with a warmer, more Mediterranean influence for a fuller, richer style. This is perfumed, nuanced, and elegant, with pure red cherry aromas and a juicy core. For the Pinot-loving Beaujolais drinker. Learn More
  7. Jean-Claude Lapalu Beaujolais Villages Vieilles Vignes 2017

    Jean-Claude Lapalu Beaujolais Villages Vieilles Vignes 2017

    $23.00
    From a pioneer of the natural wine movement and leader of the Beaujolais comeback comes this seriously delicious Villages which punches way above its weight. There’s an almost lavish fruitiness to the wine with real depth of flavor – aromas of red cherries, plums, cloves, and nutmeg – and a savoury mouthfeel. Those full aromas are well balanced by lively acidity and a grainy texture. A superb wine for this price. Learn More
  8. Domaine Diochon Moulin-a-Vent 2017

    Domaine Diochon Moulin-a-Vent 2017

    $26.00
    The 2017 vintage in Beaujolais has some of the power of 2015 without the high alcohol, and that balance is beautifully expressed in this classic, deep expression of Moulin-à-Vent. An intense but engagingly aromatic nose of roses, violets, strawberries, raspberries, and licorice leads into a serious palate that’s firm, chewy, and gripping with vibrant acidity. Drink now with food or hold for a few years to see how the best wines of Beaujolais age. Learn More