Caves de Julienas-Chaintre, Beaujolais Villages "Velours de Coteaux" 2020
This Beaujolais Villages is tender, round and fruity. It would be perfect served as an aperitif or with typical beaujolais dishes such as charcuteries, cheese, sausages etc.
Respectively founded in 1923 and 1960, 'Cave de Chaintre and 'Cave des Producteurs de Julienas' were merged in 2013 to form a veritable union between Burgundy and Beaujolais, two key regions rich in their oenological importance.
The Men and women who make up Julienas Chaintre Vignerons Associates work together today, putting emphasis on respect for the 'terroir' , innovation and production of a large selection of outstanding wines.
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