Creation Vinium


  • RegionBeaujolais
  • VillageBeaujolais
  • AppellationBeaujolais-Villages
  • Grape varietyGamay
The Vine
  • Average vine age 30 years
  • SoilPink schistous granite
  • Average yield45 hl/ha
  • HarvestHand picked
Wine tips
  • Cellaring Potential2-3 years
  • Serving temperature 13-15°
  • Our Beaujolais-Villages comes from 35 selected towns within the northern part of the region and originating from granite soils which are ideally compatible with the indigenous Gamay grape. The difference between the various levels of Beaujolais - Beaujolais Nouveau, Beaujolais, Beaujolais Superieur, Beaujolais-Villages, and Cru Beaujolais - is the maximum yield, geographic area, and the ability of the wine to improve with age. Our Beaujolais-Villages is nurtured and bottled in Maison Latour's cellars at 'Clos Chameroy' on the outskirts of Beaune.
Vinification & Ageing
  • Fermentation
    Traditional in open vats
  • Ageing
    10 to 12 months ageing in stainless steel vats
Wine tasting
  • Tasting Note
    Very nice aromas of strawberry jam leading to a slightly herbaceous ending. The tannins are melted and the wine is ample. Tasted August 2008.
  • Food Pairing
    grilled meat - charcuterie - mature cheeses

Press review
    • 2006 Beaujolais-Villages - The Edmonton Journal - Canada - November 12th 2008:Light, easy-to-drink red wine, with strawberry jam on the nose, an ample palate, well-integrated tannins and a slightly herbaceous finish. It's amazing some still rush to buy faddish, rough Beaujolais Nouveau when they can buy good wine like this. Made from Gamay grapes selected from 35 towns. Good party sipper that pairs well with fish and lighter fare.
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