Beaujolais is the perfect pairing for your Thanksgiving dinner

The Beaujolais vineyard extends from southern Burgundy to the northern Rhône Valley. It benefits from a rich and unique terroir. Thanks to the exceptional climatic conditions, vines have been cultivated since the Roman Empire on the lands of Beaujolais. The main grape varieties grown in this region are Chardonnay for white wines and Gamay for red wines. Discover our Beaujolais Villages and Crus Beaujolais; 

Beaujolais wines love delicacy and are served best cool but not too cold. For the Beaujolais Villages between 13°C & 14°C and for the Crus Beaujolais between 15°C & 17°C.