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Beaujolais Cru

The ten “Cru” or Villages of Beaujolais produce the most exclusive and expressive creation of Gamay grape on Earth. No other region can nurture and develop this particular vine anywhere else on the planet. Neill Wine can offer the following Domaine bottlings from this amazing region’s most sought after growers and their exclusive single vineyard bottlings from the various Villages or better termed as the *Cru* of Beaujolais.  

Chateau de Belleuve Villie-Morgon

As well as being a most impressive Chateau and guest house situated in the Beaujolais Cru Village of Villie-Morgon, Chateau de Bellevue also houses a full state of the art winery. Surrounding the Chateau are two incredible single vineyards climats called Les Charmes and the very exclusive Les Clos both of which are entitled to the Cru Morgon AC. Here Head Winemaker Claire Forestier performs her winemaking magic to produce what can only be described as the most thought provoking and exclusive collection of climats or cru Beaujolais there is.   

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  1. Clos des Vieux Marronniers, Vieilles Vignes, Beaujolais

    Clos des Vieux Marronniers, Vieilles Vignes, Beaujolais

    £10.50

    Clos des Vieux Marronniers, Vieilles Vignes, Beaujolais Grapes: Gamay Style: intense, fruity, medium-bodied Taste: big hit of strawberry, raspberry and blackberry, with subtle spice and supple tannins. Pairing: roast chicken, venison, roast pork. Learn More
  2. Chateau de la Pierre Beaujolais Villages

    Chateau de la Pierre Beaujolais Villages

    £11.50

    Chateau de la Pierre, Beaujolais-Villages Grapes: Gamay Style: soft, light-bodied, fruity Taste: Fresh, ripe red cherries, raspberries, strawberries and delicate spice. Great acidity and low tannins makes for a very food friendly wine. Pairing: Grilled chicken, charcuterie, pork chops, roast turkey Learn More
  3. Jacques Charlet, Les Volcaniques, Cote-de-Brouilly

    Jacques Charlet, Les Volcaniques, Cote-de-Brouilly

    £12.75

    Jacques Charlet, Les Volcaniques, Cote-de-Brouilly Grapes: Gamay Style: light-medium bodied, fruity, low tannins and bright acidity Taste: puckering cherry and strawberry, with a subtly floral perfume and mouthwatering minerals reflecting the volcanic terroir. Pairing: chicken liver pate, roast turkey, charcuterie Learn More
  4. Maison Rose, Brouilly, Beaujolais Cru

    Maison Rose, Brouilly, Beaujolais Cru

    £12.95

    Maison Rose, Brouilly, Beaujolais Cru Grapes: Gamay Style: medium-bodied, soft, ripe tannins and fresh acidity Taste: Rich, ripe fruit from this southern appellation. Fabulous structure to this wine, showing complex flavours that will match up to stronger dishes. Pairing: Veal, beef mince, lamb chops Learn More
  5. Chateau de la Pierre, Regnie, Sans Soufre Ajoute, Beaujolais Cru

    Chateau de la Pierre, Regnie, Sans Soufre Ajoute, Beaujolais Cru

    £13.50

    Chateau de la Pierre, Regnie, Sans Soufre Ajoute, Beaujolais Cru Grapes: Gamay Style: medium-body, intense, fine tannins Taste: bold-flavoured Beaujolais, with blackberries, blueberries, plums with earthy but silky tannins and medium acidity. Pairing: nut roast, roasted game. Learn More
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