Les Pivoines, Beaujolais Villages 2020, Beaujolais
This Beaujolais is cool. Not just because the label makes it look like an artwork, but because the real artistry is in the bottle. This fruit filled sensation is also better with a little chill, for extra cool points.
The 4 Point Lowdown
- Juicy summer fruits squished into a bottle
- Light and luxurious in equal measure
- Match me with BBQ anything
- Perfect for a warm summer evening
About this wine
Beaujolais is making a comeback in trendy wine circles, but there is nothing elitist about this varietal. It’s just big, booming, juicy fruit that everyone loves.
The producer uses whole bunches of Gamay grapes to get things started with this wine. The result is a wonderful vegan wine filled with fruit compote flavours and vibrancy. The yummy jam flavours go great with BBQ food, but are just as happy in a glass on a warm evening while you sit back and relax. It’s the perfect red for those who like to chill.
What Makes It So Grape?
Produced in Beaujolais, France
Boutinot France has been championing brilliant wine since 1980. Based in Macon, they explore the France’s wine regions for the best grapes to create a range of delicious wines.
Samantha Bailey is the master blender behind the magic. What she doesn’t know about wine isn’t worth knowing, and what she does know makes for a scrummy bottle. The Beaujolais is just one of a selection of exceptional wines coming out of Boutinot France.