“Today, after a period of being the pariahs of the wine world, they are once again worthy objects of interest for serious wine lovers. This is all due to the magic combination of the Gamay grape and the particular characteristics of the best villages in the region, including the famous ‘crus’ Beaujolais.” Jancis Robinson MW
Based around the village named after Julius Caesar. These wines are noted for their richness and spice with aromas reminiscent of peonies. Juliénas growers believe that this area was the site of the first vineyards planted in Beaujolais by the Romans.