Beaujolais is one of the oldest wine regions in the world, producing versatile, expertly crafted wines by dedicated winemakers for over 2,000 years. The region produces white wines, rosés and light red wines which are a refreshing alternative to heavy reds. Beaujolais wines are known for having the unique ability to be chilled. Because of their bright acidity, juicy berry aromas and soft tannins, Beaujolais wines pair well with a very wide spectrum of foods:
A versatile accompaniment to food, the red's especially nice with hors d'oeuvres, white meats and cured meats.
This white wine combines fullness and freshness, a balance between roundness and finesse, within which a zest of complexity and sometimes a touch of vanilla can be found. The white pairs well with fish such as cod and grilled vegetables.
The rosé makes for a great aperitif and pairs well with salads, lightly spiced dishes and grilled meats.