Posts from 12 appellations including 10 crus

  • Chiroubles appellation : infinitely gourmet

    Chiroubles... This Beaujolais wine with the unusual name owes its ruby red robe and floral tones to the expertise of 80 wine growers, who look after their vine plants every single day. Chiroubles vines grow at between 250 and 450 meters above sea level and are bathed daily in sunshine, which gives them the delicious taste that is instantly recognizable.

  • Côte de Brouilly appellation: The height of class

    Côte de Brouilly wines are produced in an idyllic natural setting, sometimes referred to as the "green peak“. They invite you on a taste tour and walking tour rolled into one.

    Take a stroll in the heart of the protected landscapes around the hillsides of Mont Brouilly. Bask in the breath-taking beauty of the surroundings and the delicate aromas of a Côte de Brouilly

  • Fleurie appellation : divine landscapes for feminine wines

    The most feminine of the Beaujolais wines are without a doubt the Fleurie wines. They are grown in very green surroundings in 13 wonderful locations, producing wines with a beautiful crimson robe.

  • How to tell the difference between AOCs and crus

    You'll often hear people in the Beaujolais region talk about “our twelve appellations” and “our ten crus”.

    It's not always easy to understand exactly what these terms mean. So here is a basic explanation.

  • Video : AOC Juliénas

    Hello! Today I’m in Juliénas for our Beaujolais Moment with one of the region’s 10 crus.

  • Morgon appellation : wine you can depend on

    Created by 250 winegrowers, Morgon wines draw their strength from the Villié-Morgon terroir, which is where this appellation gets its name. This famous Beaujolais cru is a wine of exceptional, hidden power that reveals its secrets after a few years. Morgon wines have a deep garnet robe that arouses people’s curiosity and attracts foodies.