Situated north of the city of Lyon and overlapping both the Burgundy and Rhone regions, Beaujolais is known for its distinctive style of light and fruity red wine made using the Gamay grape. From structured and complex Moulin-à-Vent to lighter, floral Fleurie and ripe cherry-like Morgon, the finest Beaujolais crus offer an exciting alternative to Burgundy Pinot Noir.


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