Benoit Camus

Ville-sur-Jarnioux, Beaujolais



Gamay from vines up to sixty years old, from a number of parcels and terroirs. This spent two weeks as whole bunches in concrete, before being pressed off to a mixture of concrete and cuve for nine months of élevage. With a luminous quality to the cherry-toned fruit and a distinct mineral imprint from the limestone soils, this offers refreshment in spades. Enjoyed chilled with a nice piece of saucisson or a good hunk of cheese, there are few wines better suited to a picnic. If only all Beaujolais was like like this.

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