Cherry red colour and offers black fruit aromas on the nose. The attack on the palate is straight and a supple structure follows with silky tannins. The ‘gourmand’ character of this wine will be sure to seduce you and be a great moment of conviviality.
Beaujolais is the most southern wine growing region in Burgundy, though it is substantially different from the rest of Burgundy, both in climate and in the wine it produces, it is often thought of as its own appellation. Beaujolais priduces light, dry red wines made from Gamay. Beaujolais is described as a refreshing red with low tannins and bright acidity. Juicy strawberry and raspberry fruit aromas are the hallmark of these wines.