Beaujolais La Galoche, Domaine Saint Cyr, 2022
Light, crunchy, bright and pure - the essence of thirst-quenching Gamay. Serve a little chilled for ultimate refreshment.
Beaujolais-Villages, Jean-Claude Lapel, 2022
Classic natural-leaning Beaujolais from Lapalu, one of the regions winemaking legends. The old vines deliver a juicy, richly fruited wine with suave tannins and a spicy finish. Perfect Beaujolais.
La Volcanique, Verdier Logel, 2022
Rich Gamay from Volcanic soils. Lovely, juicy cherry notes with aromatic notes of pink peppercorn.
Certified Organic Wine.
Fleurie 'Les Moriers', Domaine Chignard, 2019
Pitch-perfect Fleurie from the 2019 vintage. This is drinking wonderfully at the moment and encapsulates everything we love about Cru Beaujolais; deeply fruited and richly textured, yet supple and refreshing.
Regnie, Antoine Sunier, 2020
Lovely, juicy Regnie from Beaujolais rising star Antoine Sunier.
It's all about bright cherries and juicy texture here.
Antoines brother, Julien is already firmly placed in the upper echelon of Beaujolais natural winemakers. We've been following Antoines progress since his first vintage in 2014 and the wines are becoming more and more charming every year - he's on a high trajectory and we're sure will be considered among the regions top names.
Beaujolais Villages, Alex Foillard, 2021/2022
Son of the legendary Beaujolais winemaker, Jean Foillard, Alex's creations will invariably draw comparisons with his father's winemaking. But he need not worry, to our palate's he's already well on his way to be a future super-star. The wines are a mix of outright pleasure and sumptuous fruit, combined with a more serious side brooding slowly on the palate.
Morgon Classique, Jean Foillard, 2021
The Classic Morgon from one of Cellars all-time heroes. Bright, juicy, and fresh - this is made in an easy-going style and is a joy to drink - try it chilled or give it some time to breathe to discover its serious side.
Brouilly Vieilles Vignes, Jean Calude Lapalu, 2021
Lapalu farms just four Hectares in Brouilly and these are all on super-old vines averaging 80 years old. There is incredible concentration and purity of fruit here. Shimmering purple colour, with aromas of violets, cherries, damsons, spice, earth and minerals. Incredible stuff.
Tisane de Bois Tordu, La Derniere Goutte, 2020
Juicy and structured with just a hint of the wild side - a perfect take on natural Gamay.
This is labeled as a Vin de France, but the grapes are sourced from a single plot of old vines within the Brouilly appellation of Beaujolais.
La Souteronne, Hervé Souhaut, 2021
Top-shelf Gamay from the Ardeche. Herv√© Souhaut crafts rich Gamay from ancient vines on Granite soils.
This is very special indeed, there are immediate floral tones, backed up by fresh plums, macerated cherries, and a firm, grippy structure.
Super-limited, don't sleep on this one. Natural, but clean and classy.
Megalithe, Domaine de Thalie
This is the essence of Gamay – bright red fruits, floral notes, pure, super-fresh and brimming with energy. A wine to lift the senses, lift the spirit. As always with Gamay, give this a little chill in the fridge before serving - not cold, but twenty minutes in the fridge will have it singing.
Peter Gierszewski produces this Gamay in the Mâcon-Bray region of Burgundy, France. The vineyards benefit from a unique location in a secluded corner of Southern Burgundy. Organic and biodynamic viticulture practices are employed in this tiny vineyard where the 65-year-old vines thrive in soils consisting of marl, limestone, and granite. The grapes undergo a gentle semi-carbonic maceration, and the wine ages undisturbed in neutral 500L barrels.
Chenas Les Carrieres, Domaine Thillardon, 2021
Chenas is perhaps one of the lesser know Crus of Beaujolais, especially in relation to its more famous siblings of Morgon and Fleurie. The wines here tend to be on the firmer and richer side of Beaujolais yet in the hands of the brothers Paul-Henri and Charles Thillardon, we get a wonderfully elegant and charming wine. Theres real purity to the fruit, lovely freshness, and a very silky palate. Perfect Beaujolais.
Certified organic wine.