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99% red production 1% white


Fragrant, raspberry, cherry, very light tannins.

Carbonic Maceration gives kirsch, bananas, bubble gum, cinnamon spices.

Best on granite soils


Trained en gobelet. Pruned to spurs and new shoots tied together vertically.

Beaujolais AC

East - Alluvial plains

South - Limestone soils

Wire trained, carbonic maceration, major source of beaujolais neuveau.

Beaujolais Nouveau - over half of production. released midnight 3rd wednesday in november - until 31st August. Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages only.

Beaujolais Villages

North and West on rolling hills.
Soils are grantitic schist, giving wines with greater character.
1/4 of production.
Usually blended but occasionally single village
Trained en gobelet and free standing

Beaujolais Cru

10 Villages on rolling granitic hills.

Wines have distinction and identifiable character.

Saint-Amour AC

Julienas AC

Chenas AC

Moulin-a-Vent AC

Chiroubles AC

Fleurie AC

Morgon AC

Regnie AC

Cote de Brouilly AC

Brouilly AC

Morgon and Moulin - full bodied, most powerful, can improve in bottle.

Brouilly largest production

All vinified in traditional way, and some will receive some oak ageing .