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  • Régnié

    Surface : 424 hectares

    Production in 2014
    : 20 648 hectolitres / approx. 2 753 000 bottles

    : One of the most granitic crus with slopes of varying inclines, allowing the emergence of soils at different stages of evolution. Several of the hilltops are topped with ancient stone formations, whilst at depth it is clay which dominates.

    : Suppleness and fruit

    : Cherry or ruby red

    : Raspberry, redcurrant, plum, blackberry, blackcurrant with spicy and mineral notes

    : Red fruits, freshness, fine tannins and good structure

    : The village of Régnié is famous for its church which has the particularity of possessing two spires (built in 1867 from the architectural plans
    of Pierre Bossan who went on to design the Basilisk Notre-Dame de Fourvière). The vines are planted on hillsides at an average of 350 metres altitude oriented south east. The grapes ripen early here, creating aromatic, diaphanous and gourmand wines rich in mineral elements.

  • Saint-Amour

    Surface: 302 hectares

    Production in 2014
    : 15 438 hectolitres / approx. 2 million bottles

    : The soils are of an enormous diversity, including not only ancient alluvial clay and flinty clay but also granite, slate and even limestone rock. The altitude is between 240 and 320 metres with moderate inclines.

    tes: Vivacity, refinement and balance, capturing all the fruit characters of Gamay

    : Clear ruby red

    : Kirsch, spices, peony, iris, raspberry, violet

    : Lively with good balance; fruity and floral

    : AOC Saint-Amour is situated in the commune of the same name in the department of Saone-et-Loire. Its heterogeneous soils of granite, slate and
    clay give rise to two types of wine – light and gourmand with aromas of iris and violet, and often raspberry, but also powerful and complex with aromas of kirsch and spice.

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  • Régnié appellation: Wines with the wow-factor!

    The work of 120 wine growers, Régnié is the youngest of the Beaujolais crus! In fact, it wasn’t until 1988 that this appellation was officially recognised. But the baby of the family has got a lot to offer. Its favourable geographical location, in between its two brothers, Brouilly and Morgon, produces wines of a unique fruitiness.

    For those who would like to know more about the universe of wines, Régnié wines remain affordable and are an excellent way to gain a better understanding of Beaujolais crus.

  • Video : AOC Moulin-à-Vent

    Hello! For today’s Beaujolais Moment, I’ve brought you to Moulin-à-Vent. Don’t look for it on the map. There’s no such village. We’re in amongst the vines of what is probably the most prestigious of the 10 Beaujolais crus.