Beaujolais Château de Jarnioux




AOC Régionale

Grape variety


At the southern extremity of winegrowing Burgundy, the Beaujolais is a not-to-be-missed region where the Gamay grape, which originated here, expresses itself like nowhere else. Traditionally an area for viticulture, Jarnioux and its hilly landscape offer lovely panoramas overlooking the Saône River valley. Overlooking the village that bears its name, the silhouette of the 12th-century fortress and chateau stands proudly amid the surrounding vineyards.
Here, the vines grow in calcareous clay soil that is sedimentary in origin, making it similar to Burgundy's soils.
The climate which is a little warmer than in the rest of Burgundy, the nature of the soils and the work of men allow the Gamay grape to express all its character.


Scrumptious, fresh, characteristic nose featuring notes of red fruit (strawberry, raspberry). The palate is round, soft and decadent. The finish is refreshing with fruit continuing to dominate.

Food/wine pairing

Taste this wine with charcuterie boards and cheeses, starters and vegetarian dishes or grilled, or roasted meats and poultry.

Serving and keeping

Serve at 12-13°C (53-55°F).
Enjoy this wine when young or within 3 years to fully appreciate its fruitiness.


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