Tag: beaujolais

As nature intended: Jane Anson on low-intervention wine

Low-intervention winemaking is not a passing fad or fashion, explains wine writer Jane Anson. The Inside Bordeaux author believes it’s a philosophy that will change the way we drink for the better. Today, the idea of low-intervention wines has exploded. “The category may still have only a small impact commercially,” says New York Times wine […]

Everything you need to know about Beaujolais

As the new vintage of our own-label Beaujolais-Villages arrives, we offer our cheat-sheet for the region – covering everything from what it tastes like to why it’s so exciting Where is it? Sitting between Burgundy and the Rhône, just south of the Mâconnais, Beaujolais (just over 15,000 hectares) is formed of rolling granite hills in […]

Full of soul: Julien Sunier

One of a cohort of producers putting Beaujolais on the map, Julien Sunier is a true craftsman. His natural wines are as soulful as their maker – as Burgundy Buying Assistant Will Heslop explains

Beaujolais 2018: vintage report

As we get ready to shine a light on Beaujolais’s 2018s, Burgundy Buying Assistant Will Heslop runs through the vintage conditions and the style of the resulting wines