The appellation Beaujolais prolongs the region of Burgundy from the south of Mâcon and stretching 50km until reaching the hills near Lyon.

It is a producer mainly red wines made from the gamay grape variety.

Beaujolais is widely known for its “Beaujolais Nouveau” which is tasted worldwide every year the third Thursday of November. It is less known for its “Beaujolais Village” and for the other 10 different appellations as Chénas, Saint Amour, Juliénas, Moulin à Vent etc.

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