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Beaujolais Cru Case
Full-flavoured Beaujolais, from a well-sited hillside vineyard planted on volcanic soils with plenty of vibrant red-fruit character. A textbook example of this fleshy cru from a lovely vintage.
With notes of violets and wild cherries, this is a round and satisfying Moulin à Vent with vibrant, fresh fruit character on the palate, and a touch of tannin on the finish. The Beaujolias cru, a collaboration between Dominique Piron and the Lamelloise family of Burgundian restaurateurs goes particularly well with game.
Classic, well-priced Morgon from the Aujoux stable, this cru Beaujolais has good fruit density and plenty of ripe red-cherry character on the palate.
A fully mature Fleurie from an impeccable source, this was aged in small wooden barrels and is now showing Burgundy-like mellowness. Smooth and satisfying.
From vines planted over a century ago, this has nicely evolved soft fruit character, somewhat reminiscent of a mellow red Burgundy. This cru Beaujolais delivers remarkably good value for money.