Posts from Spring

  • The four seasons of the vine

    The quality of any wine originates with the vine. That’s why winegrowers take such good care of their vines throughout the year with different jobs that need to be done in each of the 4 seasons. It’s like a fascinating dance choreographed by the winegrower.

  • The Beaujolais Wine Route

    Like any self-respecting winegrowing area, the Beaujolais region has its own wine route. It continues on from the Burgundy Wine Route, passing through the region’s main tourist attractions. All we can say is that there is nothing quite like this 140-km circuit across the ridges for tickling your taste buds and dazzling your eyes.

    From Chânes nearly all the way to Lyon, you'll receive a warm welcome in dozens of municipalities from locals who will be only too pleased to help you discover their heritage, wines and delicacies.

  • Video : Working the vines in the spring

    Hello, it’s the end of spring. The summer heat will soon be here. Winegrowers are busy in the Beaujolais vines. Here is a Beaujolais Moment
    about training the vines.

  • The 2017 fête des Crus

    If somebody said to you "it's fête time in the Beaujolais region" many of you would automatically think of the third Thursday in November, the release date of Beaujolais Nouveau wines. It is the flagship event in the Beaujolais winegrowing area that is eagerly anticipated around the globe. But it's not the only fête.

    The Beaujolais region has many fêtes and festivals throughout the year. In the spring, there’s the fête des crus

  • Beaujolais: the year in festivals

    The Beaujolais is one of the most convivial regions in France. Yes, really it is, and there are social events all year round! You find this hard to believe? Well, here are 9 events that will make you change your mind.

  • Photos : Walk in Beaujolais

    There are many walks to do in the Beaujolais region through the vines.