Beaujolais six packs
It is that time of year again when we all turn our thoughts to the excitement that is Beaujolais nouveau. This is in fact a lie. Actual BoJo-NoVo can be some of the worst wine to be released on the unsuspecting public.
However, avid followers of the vine will know that Gamay can produce some spectacular wines.
Please note: 2022 will not be available until Thursday 17th November.
Nothing new about Beaujolais.
The Château de la Terrière has stood in Cercié since the 16th century and is one of the oldest estates in the region. Located in the heart of the historic Beaujolais, facing Mont Brouilly, the property and its vines spread southwards over a volcanic hill, giving the wines a unique character, as most of other vineyards in this appellation are planted on sandy soils. The Butiner, Vin Nature is a modern Beaujolais and uses no additions of sulphur, they plant clover in between the vines to fix nitrogen in the soil and to limit the weeding, to harvesting by hand in small trays to keep a high quality of the grapes – some might even say a traditional approach to farming!
Last year’s wine sold out quickly, with latecomers scrambling for whatever few bottles could be spared, so please pre-order early to avoid disappointment. And we are pleased to reveal that with the cost of so many things rising steeply at the moment, Beaujolais Nouveau isn’t be one of them.
Prices is for six bottles via pre-order. Single bottles maybe available in store whilst stocks last