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Louis Jadot Beaujolais-Villages Red Wine is a fabulous French red wine from the Beaujolais Region of France where the best wines are produced. The Beaujolais is a smooth wine on the palate with a crisp, fruit-forward, juicy with explosive aromas and flavours of berries.
From Chablis Wine to the toe of Beaujolais Red Wine, from regional, village, 1ER and Grand Cru Wines, Louis Jadot (Est. 1859) makes Red Wines from the length & breadth of Burgundy. The 'Bacchus' label being a solid stamp from this complicated region. Beaujolais Red Wine is the most southern part of the Burgundy district, made up of many villages which are, classified for creating fruit that can go into the top Cru Wines, Beaujolais Villages or Beaujolais Red Wine. This Wine comprises a high proportion of 'cru' (the best of the region) Wines giving it a grown up Beaujolais Red Wine. Made at our Combe Aux Jacques distillery some of the Red grapes are destemmed and obtain 14-day maceration to maximise flavours.
The area of Beaujolais Red Wine was, first developed by the Romans who planted the areas along its selling route up the Saône valley. The most prominent Roman vineyard Brulliacus was positioned on the hillside of Mont Brouilly. The Romans also established vineyards in the area of Morgon. From the 7th century throughout the Middle Ages, most of the viticulture and wine producing was done by the Benedictine monks. In the 10th century, the country got its name from the town of Beaujeu, Rhône and was commanded by the Lords of Beaujeu till the 15th century when it was, ceded to the Duchy of Burgundy. The Red Wines from Beaujolais were, mostly confined to the markets along the Saône and Rhône, especially in the town of Lyon. The development of the French railroad system in the 19th century opened up the profitable Paris market. The first mention of Beaujolais Red Wines in English followed soon after when Cyrus Redding explained the Red Wines of Moulin-à-Vent and Saint-Amour as being low priced and best consumed young.
In the 1980s, Beaujolais Wine hit a peak of popularity in the world's Red Wine market with its Beaujolais Nouveau Red Wine. Spurred on by the inventive marketing techniques from négociants like Georges Duboeuf, demand outpaced quantity for the easy drinking, fruity Red Wines. As more Beaujolais producers tried to capitalise on the "Nouveau craze", manufacture of regular Beaujolais Red Wine dropped, and an eventual backlash occurred in the late 1990s and early 21st century. By this point, the whole of Beaujolais wine had developed a negative reputation among consumers who associated Gamay-based wines with the slightly sweet, pure light bodied wines that characterised Beaujolais Nouveau. Producers were, left with a lake wine surplus that French officials compelled them to reduce through mandatory distillation. In acknowledgement, there has been, renewed emphasis on the production of more complex Wines that are aged longer in oak barrels before release. Recent years have seen a rise of terroirs driven estate-bottled Wines made from single vineyards or in one of the Cru Beaujolais communities, where the name of the municipality is allowed to be, displayed on the label.
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