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Gamay Rediscovered

As you guys are more than aware, we are always reviewing the Weavers range to make sure that the wines are consistently good from vintage to vintage, and as an independent we have no obligation to continue with wines if we think that the quality is slipping. This was recently the case with one of our Beaujolais, sad to see the wine disappear but there was lots of fun to be had finding a replacement!

As you guys are more than aware, we are always reviewing the Weavers range to make sure that the wines are consistently good from vintage to vintage, and as an independent we have no obligation to continue with wines if we think that the quality is slipping. This was recently the case with one of our Beaujolais, sad to see the wine disappear but there was lots of fun to be had finding a replacement!

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The winner if this search is the Fleurie I've included in this month's selection. This is quintessential summer drinking with it's bright cherry aromas and light refreshing palate - typical of the Gamay grape. Jean Loron, who's name adorns the label, was born in 1771 and built a reputation for making good quality Beaujolais in the 18th Century. When his son Jacques merged the business with his father-in-laws's (Chavet), it brought together this two of the most highly regarded producers in this region and started wine-making dynetsy. Things have moved along since those days, and the completion of their state-of-the-art cellars in 1998 stands as testament to their commitment to modern wine-making.

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  1. Fleurie President Marguerite, Cave de Fleurie

    Fleurie Presidente Marguerite, Cave de Fleurie, 2015 75cl

    The lightest of the Beaujolais Cru's. A wine with intense black fruit aromas which pairs delightfully with charcuterie.

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