France : Beaujolais
LIGHT-BODIED, RIPE RED BERRIES, CRISP, FLORAL, SAVORY, NO OAK
If this wine was an emotion, it’d be happy. Full of youth and airy berry aromatics, the nose is more than welcoming. The palate is fruity though light acidity teeters between notes of strawberry and savory cherry tomato. Touch of sweetness on the end, because, well... it is Beaujolais afterall.
FRANCE : BEAUJOLAIS
LIGHT-BODIED, CARBONIC, RED FRUIT, STONE FRUIT, EARTH, SMOKE, BLACK PEPPER, NEUTRAL OAK
Fresh, juicy, and a touch rustic carbonic 100% Gamay from Chateau Cambon, a joint venture between the epically (yes, epically) celebrated estates of Marcel Lapierre and Joseph Chamonard (both are considered fathers of the natural wine movement) to produce amazing, completely natural Beaujolais. Grapes are sourced from vineyards located between Morgon and Fleurie.
Unfiltered, unfined, and unsulphured.
FOOD PAIRING: Chill It a Little & Drink Straight Up
FRANCE : BEAUJOLAIS : MORGAN
FULL-BODIED, MINERAL, RASPBERRY, CHERRY, EARTH, USED OAK
Daniel Bouland is quite possibly This back vintage cuvée comes from 70-85 year old vines in the sandy soils of his Corcelette vineyard; grapes are hand-harvested and vinified with full cluster. Drinking beautifully now but could age for 20 years or more.
FARMING : Sustainable
PAIRING : Juicy Lamb Burger