New Arrivals

  1. Dupeuble Beaujolais Village 2018

    Dupeuble Beaujolais Village 2018

    You will find all the typical Beaujolais characteristics in this wine, but they are all a little bit more polished and intense. The result of 50-100 years old vines, the flowers are spring-time roses, the baking spices are Madagascar only, and the fruit is plucked right from the branch. This is still just a baby and it should age for the next 5 plus years. One of the most serious Beaujolais Village you will come across. Learn More
  2. Beaupere "La Croix" Julienas Beaujolais 2016

    Beaupere "La Croix" Julienas Beaujolais 2016

    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
  3. Jean-Claude Lapalu Beaujolais Villages Vieilles Vignes 2017

    Jean-Claude Lapalu Beaujolais Villages Vieilles Vignes 2017

    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