x

Brouilly

Brouilly is a familiar name that fulfils many people's expectations of what a Beaujolais should be.  Its essential fruitiness comes to the fore and benefits from being drunk young.  It has the largest output of the 10 crus, from 1,200ha under vine, but its size is also its weakness as quality is not always uniformly high.

Brouilly is a familiar name that fulfils many people's expectations of what a Beaujolais should be.  Its essential fruitiness comes to the fore and benefits from being drunk young.  It has the largest output of the 10 crus, from 1,200ha under vine, but its size is also its weakness as quality is not always uniformly high.

read more.
Read More.
Banner
Thumb Bg
Thumb 1
Close

Light, fruity and delicious with aromas of red fruits when at its best, though the standard of some producers may reach no higher than that of a Beaujolais-Villages.

Sort by  
Show  
Display prices  
Print
  1. Brouilly Pisse Vieille, Doufour

    Brouilly Pisse Vieille, Doufour, 2012 75cl

    Was £16.95

    Soft tannin and a light body support light cherry fruit flavour. The finsh is soft but also lingering with plenty of summer fruits just sitting in the background.

    More about this product
    £13.99
    £11.66
    Excl. VAT
    Qty loading