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Domaine de la Madone 'Nouveau' 'Le Perreon' Villages 2020
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Wine Spectator
"Creamy black cherry and blackberry notes show hints of mocha, licorice and herb in this supple, light-bodied red, with the light tannins giving a smooth texture throughout. Drink now. 1,000 cases imported.—G.S."

The Wine
Organic farming
Steep and high altitude vines,1500+ feet above sea level
Very old vines 50 years old, many 75-100 years old !
Decomposed, rose colored granite terroir
Aromatic and elegant gamay aged in tank.
Le Perreon should be a Cru Village!
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Item ID: #39417
Shelf at store:74a
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Wine Spectator
"Creamy black cherry and blackberry notes show hints of mocha, licorice and herb in this supple, light-bodied red, with the light tannins giving a smooth texture throughout. Drink now. 1,000 cases imported.—G.S."

The Wine
Organic farming
Steep and high altitude vines,1500+ feet above sea level
Very old vines 50 years old, many 75-100 years old !
Decomposed, rose colored granite terroir
Aromatic and elegant gamay aged in tank.
Le Perreon should be a Cru Village!
New York Times # 1 BEAUJOLAIS YEAR AFTER YEAR !

"While most of the best Beaujolais come from the crus, it is not a hard rule. The Beaujolais-Villages from Domaine de la Madone...illustrates what dedicated producers can accomplish when they don't cut corners." Eric Asimov, The New York Times

Domaine de la Madone is one of our favorites--few estates craft such character-rich, expressive Gamay outside of Beaujolais' band of "cru" villages. But that's Madone's secret--their vineyards should be rated Beaujolais cru (or grand cru, if we had any say in it). This is certainly one of the finest values for the quality anywhere in the world.

There are many terroir parallels between the village of Le Perron and cru Fleurie, a village known for its aromatic and wonderfully elegant Gamay. Brothers Olivier and Bruno Bererd tend almost exclusively older vines, many which are more than 100 years old. The family's steep hillside vineyards are a challenge to harvest (at an angle of 30 to 40 degrees!); the brothers can't drive a tractor through their fields, as it's too dangerous--pickers have to scoot along at severe angles and struggle with a wheelbarrow as grapes are painstakingly collected at harvest.

Our selection of Beaujolais Le Perreon from is vinified gently in tank, to preserve every bit of fresh, aromatic and juicy fruit.

Domaine de la Madone

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Domaine de la MadoneORGANIC FARMING
STEEP AND HIGH ALTITUDE VINES,1500+ feet above sea level
VERY OLD VINES – 50 years old, MANY 75-100 years old !
DECOMPOSED, ROSE COLORED GRANITE TERROIR
AROMATIC AND ELEGANT GAMAY AGED IN TANK
LE PERREON SHOULD BE A CRU VILLAGE!
NEW YORK'S NUMBER ONE BEAUJOLAIS YEAR AFTER YEAR !

"While most of the best Beaujolais come from the crus, it is not a hard rule. [The] Beaujolais-Villages from Domaine de la Madone...illustrates what dedicated producers can accomplish when they don't cut corners." – Eric Asimov, The New York Times

Domaine de la Madone is one of our favorites--few estates craft such character-rich, expressive Gamay outside of Beaujolais' band of "cru" villages. But that's Madone's secret--their vineyards should be rated Beaujolais cru (or grand cru, if we had any say in it). This is certainly one of the finest values for the quality anywhere in the world.

There are many terroir parallels between the village of Le Perréon and cru Fleurie, a village known for its aromatic and wonderfully elegant Gamay. Brothers Olivier and Bruno Bererd tend almost exclusively older vines, many which are more than 100 years old. The family's steep hillside vineyards are a challenge to harvest (at an angle of 30 to 40 degrees!); the brothers can't drive a tractor through their fields, as it's too dangerous--pickers have to scoot along at severe angles and struggle with a wheelbarrow as grapes are painstakingly collected at harvest.

Our selection of Beaujolais Le Perreon from is vinified gently in tank, to preserve every bit of fresh, aromatic and juicy fruit.

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