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  • Focus 1 : Beaujolais

    The Beaujolais region is one of the most famous for its wines in France but also all around the world.
    Between the Burgundy and the Coteaux du Lyonnais, stay for a few days in this region deepening your knowledge of those great red wines. We're pretty sure that you did not know that there is lot more than the Beaujolais nouveau in this area.
    Even if we cannot deny that the third Thursday of November is eagerly awaited.

    Combine these wines with specialties from the worldwide capital of Gastronomy: Lyon, located about thirty kilometres from Beaujolais and you will have the perfect match ! Taste some authenticities such as the Bobosse deli meats, the farm cheeses of Saint-Nizier, or the quenelles… Also visit some of the region's must-see places. Villefranche-sur-Saône: appreciate the diversity of its architecture, its ramparts, its courtyards and its Renaissance houses, its Gothic façades, Notre-Dame des Marais… The medieval village of Oingt or the Mont Brouily.

    Focus 2 : Wines Region


    This name is used mainly in the south of the region.
    99% Beaujolais produces red wines from the Gamay grape variety.
    On the palate, one often finds fruity, lively and tender aromas, one can find a great persistence in the best bottles. The first fruits (new Beaujolais) should be consumed a few months before the end of the spring following the harvest.


    It differs from Beaujolais thanks to a selection of the best vines for its elaboration. There are thirty-eight communes in the northern part of the vineyard that can use this appellation. The delimitation is made through the transition between clay-limestone soils and granitic soils. You will have the occasion to taste well structured or fruity red wines, always produced from the black gamay.
    The Beaujolais-villages are known for having a great finesse and a beautiful persistence in the mouth.

    Beaujolais and Beaujolais Villages also offer you beautiful Beaujolais white (Chardonnay) and Beaujolais rosé (Gamay Noir), as well as surprising Crémants (sparkling wine).

    The ten Beaujolais crus:

    Brouilly, Chiroubles, Chénas, Côte de Brouilly, Fleurie, Juliénas, Morgon, Moulin-à-Vent, Régnié, Saint-Amour : just 24km to find these 10 exceptional crus, all very different. The majority of these wines avoid frosts unlike the rest of the region. You can taste young, lively and fragrant wines, like much richer wines that will develop their aromas with a few more years. Those wines are made to age.

    Focus 3 : Why Wine Passport ?

    Wine Passport works everyday for several years to offer you exceptional trips around wine tourism.
    Our passion for wine, gastronomy and travel help us to find the most beautiful wine regions of the world.
    Whether you are wine professionals or beginners, you want to discover a region or only its vineyard, we will be able to meet your expectations.

    We organize your stays according to your wishes!


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