Domaine Dupeuble Pere Et Fils

In the hamlet of Le Breuil, deep in the southern Beaujolais and perched above a narrow creek, the Domaine Dupeuble has been running almost continuously since 1512. The name of the domaine has changed just three times in its history, most recently when the last heir, Anna Asmaquer, married Jules Dupeuble in 1919. Anna's son Paul, and her grand children Ghislaine and Stéphane Dupeuble, manage the domaine. Kermit first met Ghislaine and Stéphane's father, Damien, for lunch in Paris in the late 1980s, and thus began the annual tradition of blending the KLWM Beaujolais Nouveau.

Tradition runs deep in the family, but each generation has also managed to add something new, including increasing the property. Today it is comprised of one hundred hectares, about forty percent of which is consecrated to vineyards. Strong advocates of the lutte raisonnée approach to vineyard work, they tend their vines without the use of any chemicals or synthetic fertilizers. The vineyards, planted primarily to Gamay, face Southeast, South, and Southwest, and about two thirds of the property is on granite-based soil. The grapes are harvested manually and vinified completely without SO2. The wines are not chaptalized, filtered, or degassed and only natural yeasts are used for the fermentation. The wines of Dupeuble represent some of the best values in the Beaujolais today and are widely regarded for their very high quality and eminently reasonable price.

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Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2018
In the hamlet of Le Breuil, deep in the southern Beaujolais and perched above a narrow creek, the Domaine Dupeuble has been running almost continuously since 1512. The name of the domaine has changed just three times in its history, most recently when the last heir, Anna Asmaquer, married Jules
Item Number: 31011
Bottle:$12.95
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Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais 2016
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Here is the best example that I can imagine of a truly “quaffable” wine. The 2016 Dupeuble embodies the essence of classic Gamay Beaujolais. With a soft texture and a playfully juicy aroma and flavor, this wine is best consumed slightly chilled and casually enjoyed. I’ve even been known to pour some
Item Number: 26261
Bottle:$11.95
Case: $143.40
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Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2017
Tradition runs deep in the family, but each generation has also managed to add something new, including increasing the property. Today it is comprised of one hundred hectares, about forty percent of which is consecrated to vineyards. Strong advocates of the lutte raisonnée approach to vineyard work,

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais 2015
" Tradition runs deep in the family, but each generation has also managed to add something new, including increasing the property. Strong advocates of the lutte raisonne approach to vineyard work, they tend their vines without the use of any chemicals or synthetic fertilizers. The wines are not

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2016
The Dupeuble Beaujolais towers majestically over every other red on the market today yet retains the quaffable ‘légèreté’ we demand from this monumental appellation. At the same time, how can one ignore its eyeball-riveting color, its super concentrated body engorged with blackberries, blueberries,

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2015
The Dupeuble Beaujolais towers majestically over every other red on the market today yet retains the quaffable ‘légèreté’ we demand from this monumental appellation. At the same time, how can one ignore its eyeball-riveting color, its super concentrated body engorged with blackberries, blueberries,

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais 2014
The 2014 Beaujolais comes from 50- to 100-year-old vines on granite soils. It has plenty of mulberry and raspberry fruit on the nose, which is very intense. The palate is rounded on the mouth with soft tannins, plenty of dark plum and blackberry fruit leading to a saline-tinged finish

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2014
" The vineyards, planted primarily to Gamay, face Southeast, South, and Southwest, and about two thirds of the property is on granite-based soil. The grapes are harvested manually and vinified completely without SO2. The wines are not chaptalized, filtered, or degassed and only natural yeasts are

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2013
"Damien Dupeuble is a legendary vintner who has dedicated his life to the production of Beaujolais using the traditional methods of winemaking developed over a century ago. He still harvests by hand, at maximum ripeness so no chaptalization is needed. He ferments with no SO2, so his wines are darker

Domaine Dupeuble Pere et Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2012
"Here it is, the real deal. Beaujolais made as it was made 100 years ago. The Dupeuble family has been making wine in the area in and around the tiny hamlet of le Breuil for the past 500 years! Think about what these people may have witnessed: The Hundred years War, the French Revolution, and the

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais Nouveau 2011
 "Damien Dupeuble is a legendary vintner who has dedicated his life to the production of Beaujolais using the traditional methods of winemaking developed over a century ago. He still harvests by hand, at maximum ripeness so no chaptalization is needed. He ferments with no SO2, so his wines are

Domaine Dupeuble Pere & Fils Beaujolais 2013
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Food & Wine Best Values of 2014"Domaine Dupeuble has been producing wine since 1512, and that experience shows in the consistency of their wine—fresh, vibrant and berry-bright every year, it’s especially appealing in 2013, a very good year for Beaujolais."