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Growing Beaujolais

I find out more about what struggling growers are doing to make ends meet in this great wine region and the subtle differences between the top crus

When I first took over buying Beaujolais a couple of years ago, one of the big surprises for me was just how many people were going out of business in Beaujolais. But changes in law and viticulture are offering a lifeline and transforming the land, visibly.

Toby Morrhall

Toby Morrhall
Society Buyer

  • date January & February 2017
  • location Beaujolais
  • people Toby Morrhall

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