Result list for “Beaujolais Nouveau” (88 entries)

Cave de le Château de Chénas

By billn on July 13, 2016 #br extra!#pages

Tasted in Chénas with Remi Chagny (right), 17 May 2016. Cave du Château de Chénas 69840 Chénas Tel: +33 4 74 04 48 19 This co-operative represents the production of 80 producers and 210 hectares. With 90 hectares of vines in the cru… Read More

Raphaël Chopin

By billn on July 12, 2016 #br extra!#pages

Tasted with Raphaël Chopin in Lantignié, 22 April 2016. Raphaël Chopin La Savoye 69430 Lantignié Tel: +33 6 22 08 59 09 This 5 hectare domaine was started by Raphaël’s great-grandfather. Raphaël has been here since 2009 after a stint making wine in… Read More

Domaine de la Madone – Le Perréon

By billn on July 08, 2016 #br extra!#pages

Tasted in Perréon with Bruno Bérerd, 20 April 2016. Domaine de la Madone – Le Perréon Le Bourg 69460 Le Perréon Tel: +33 4 74 03 21 85 It’s important to add the ‘Le Perréon’ to the name of this domaine, as there’s also a Domaine de… Read More

catching up…

By billn on November 24, 2008 #other sites#the market

Rather than (as intended) smoking my keyboard with prose for next weekend’s scheduled Autumn issue of the Burgundy Report, I seem to have spent a whole day trying to catch up on what’s gone on over the last 3 weeks. First I particularly like the post on the Berry… Read More


By billn on March 30, 2008 #editorials

Welcome to the Spring edition – amazingly it’s already in the sixth year of Burgundy-Report. Although there are plenty of pages to this report, it’s not really in my preferred style – it’s mainly notes of tastings, rather than profiles put together with producers – why? Put it… Read More

The 2005’s of Nicolas Potel

By billn on March 20, 2007 #nuits st.georges

Frankly I drink almost no Beaujolais – two months ago there was that glass of ‘nouveau’, okay, half a glass – well, almost half a glass… Putting aside the quality of the ‘nouveau’, it’s not for a lack of available quality that I don’t buy ‘Cru Beaujolais’, rather (for… Read More

09. A-Z: Burgundy appellations

By billn on September 28, 2005 #about burgundy#discover

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Some describe the Burgundy region as the most difficult to understand. Could that be due to the mix of red, white, pink and fizzy wines and almost 700 appellations if you include their sub-appellations? Aloxe-Corton Auxey-Duresses Bâtard-Montrachet Beaujolais (& Nouveau) Beaujolais… Read More

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