Beaujolais Blanc

    In the same class as a good Mâconnais, this pale golden wine tastes of ripe apricots and peaches with refreshing acidity. It drinks easily on its own and complements a wide range of dishes from roast chicken and grilled fish to seafood paella.


    This delightfully smooth, cherry coloured Beaujolais has aromas of red berry fruits and flowers. Serve at 11ºC whenever the fancy takes you - Beaujolais is, after all, the wine of friendship and conviviality.

    Beaujolais Villages

    Exuding sun-drenched berry flavours and genuine gallic charm, it's the perfect bistro red, terrific with grilled meats, goes down brilliantly at parties and tastes at its best chilled.

    Beaujolais Rosé

    Gamay makes sublime rosé – all rose petal aromas and ripe strawberry fruit. Clochemerle is a particularly delicious example – dry yet very flavoursome and with just the right amount of acidity to leave you wanting more.

    Coteaux Bourguignons Blanc

    Wine from parcels in the southern region of Beaujolais and greater Burgundy. From Chardonnay grapes, the grapes are harvested at optimum maturity, classic vinification and ageing on lees for 6-8 months. Round, mineral and agreeably fresh ,it will seduce you with its aromas of pear and white flowers.
    It will perfectly match white meats, fish and cheeses. Serve between 11 and 13 °C.

    Coteaux Bourguignons Rouge

    Wine from vineyards of great terroirs. The moderate yield, harvest at optimum maturity, (in the best tradition of winemaking in Burgundy with long fermentation), gives a unique wine with a strong identity. With a deep ruby red color, it reveals intense aromas of black fruit and spice. The tannins are round, smooth and “suave”. Serve at 18 °C with red meat grilled or roasted.