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Clos de la Roilette Fleurie 2018

"100% Gamay. Being on the border of the Moulin-à-Vent cru, the core of Roilette’s Fleurie terroir is atypical of Fleurie, rich in clay and the mineral manganese instead of all granite; the wines are thus more structured than many Fleurie wines. This bottling comes from vines averaging 30 to 45 years old. They are farmed sustainably and the soils worked by hand, only twice a year and very carefully in order to not do damage to the older plants’ roots. The fruit is hand harvested and fermented in whole clusters with native yeasts in open-top, neutral vats with the cap kept submerged; the maceration for the Fleurie is approximately 14 days. Aging takes places in old foudres until bottling in the summer following harvest." —importer
$27.99 $19.99 (Save $8.00)

Domaine de la Madone Beaujolais Villages Le Perreon 2017

"The summit of Le Perreon is a sight to behold; a patchwork of Gamay vines spill in every direction. The wine comes from some of the region’s highest-altitude plots, with many vines pushing past 100 years old. This is, above all, an expressively aromatic Beaujolais, with waves of baking spices, blueberries and raspberries. Concentrated, balanced, and very age-worthy." —winemaker
$14.99 $11.69 (Save $3.30)

Domaine de la Pirolette Saint Amour 2016

"Indulgent nose with Gariguette strawberry, cherry and blueberry suffused with fragrances of violet, liquorice and white pepper. Full-bodied and juicy in the mouth. It would be the ideal red wine to celebrate a weeding as all these magic moments that makes life beautiful." —winemaker
$23.99 $18.99 (Save $5.00)

Domaine Louis Claude Desvignes Morgon La Voute St Vincent 2017

"100% Gamay. The beginning of the Desvignes range is La Voûte, which comes from various parcels in the Morgon climat of Douby, which is north of the venerated climat of Côte du Py, bordering Fleurie. Douby has deeper, sandier, granitic soils and yields a more supple style of Morgon compared to Py's famously muscular one. The vines for La Voûte average 60 years old, are sustainably farmed and harvested by hand. The fruit is partly destemmed: grapes and whole clusters ferment semi-carbonically in tank. The wine is aged in concrete vats before bottling. Annual production is approximately 2000 cases, making it the largest Desvignes bottling." —importer
$23.99 $18.29 (Save $5.70)

Georges Duboeuf Beaujolais Nouveau 2018

"Vibrant red fruits such as strawberries and currants on the palate and an intense perfume make this wine a perfect accompaniment for cheese, charcuterie and traditional holiday fare." —winemaker
$22.99 $18.99 (Save $4.00)

Henry Fessy Beaujolais Villages Nouveau 2018

"Shows a dark ruby red color with beautiful flecks of violet. It offers an intense nose of black fruits, with distinctive notes of blackcurrant and blackberry. There is a good liveliness on the attack and then it's round and supple on the palate. Of an elegant black fruits bouquet, the length is particularly pleasant." —winemaker
$13.99 $8.09 (Save $5.90)

Jean-Marc Burgaud Morgon Cote du Py 2017

"This is a wine to keep; its character resulting from the soil composition (The cote du Py hillside near the tiny village of Morgon).This is the most typical wine of this appellation, thanks to its rich soil of blue stones coming from the disintegration of schist. The Morgon « Côte du Py » is full bodied and tannic. A wine to keep. The long maceration of the whole grape results in a powerful wine which improves over the years, giving a ripe stone-fruit fragrance on the nose like kirsch. Bottled in spring, it is necessary to be patient for it to develop its full potential." —winemaker
$25.99 $18.99 (Save $7.00)

Jean-Marc Lafont Morgon Cote du Py 2017

"From the famed slope outside the town of Villié-Morgon. Granite and schist soils; highest point in the village; 50-year-old vines; traditional vinification; aged in tank and older barrels." —importer
$18.19 $13.79 (Save $4.40)

Jean-Paul Brun Terres Dorees Beaujolais l'Ancien 2017

"100% Gamay. L'Ancien comes from Jean Paul's oldest vines--hence the name of the wine--in his home village of Charnay in the southern Beaujolais. They range in age from 40 to 60 years old and are planted on slopes sporting the area's signature sandy clay-limestone soils, featuring the particular local "dorée" or "golden" limestone that is laden with iron. These older vines have always been farmed organically and harvested by hand and yield small, thick-skinned Gamay berries. As for all Terres Dorées reds, the vinification is traditional Burgundian. The grapes are rigorously sorted and destemmed, crushed and fermented with indigenous yeasts in concrete vats. The wine is aged in concrete until May-June after the vintage." —importer
$20.49 $15.69 (Save $4.80)

Jean-Paul Brun Terres Dorees Moulin-a-Vent 2017

"100% Gamay. The cru of Moulin-à-Vent is generally considered the source of the potentially longest-lived, most structured Beaujolais, thanks mainly to the high manganese and iron content of its clay-heavy soils. Here Jean-Paul farms 4 hectares of 30-to-45-year-old vines whose roots are forced to go deep by the thin, sandy, pink-granite top soils. As for all Terres Dorées reds, the vinification is traditional Burgundian. The grapes are rigorously sorted and destemmed, crushed and fermented with indigenous yeasts and no sulfur. Maceration lasts up to 6 weeks for the Moulin (the longest along with the Grille Midi Fleurie); aging, unique among his wines, takes place in old oak barrels, for up to 10 months, before bottling with minimal filtration and a small amount of sulfur." —importer
$27.25 $20.99 (Save $6.26)