Louis Jadot Beaujolais Villages 75Cl

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  • Suitable for vegetarians

Product Description

  • Red French Wine
  • Bursting with ripe, juicy raspberry and cherry fruit flavours. Light bodied, beautifully balanced and truly scrumptious.
  • A premier league Beaujolais Villages and top of the Beaujolais class.
  • From the tip of Chablis to the toe of Beaujolais, from regional, village, 1ER and Grand Cru wines, Louis Jadot (Est. 1859) makes wines from the length & breadth of Burgundy. The 'Bacchus' label being a reliable stamp from this complex region. Beaujolais is the most southern part of the Burgundy region, made up of many villages which are classified for producing fruit that can go into the top Cru wines, Beaujolais Villages or Beaujolais. This wine includes a high proportion of 'cru' (the best of the region) wines making it a grown up Beaujolais. Made at our Combe Aux Jacques winery some of the grapes are destemmed and receive 14 day maceration to maximise flavours. No oak here.
  • Wine of France
  • Pack size: 75cl

Information

Allergy Information

  • Contains: Sulphur Dioxide/Sulphites

Tasting Notes

  • Bursting with ripe, juicy raspberry and cherry fruit flavours. Light bodied, beautifully balanced and truly scrumptious.

Region of Origin

Burgundy

Wine Colour

Red

Alcohol Units

9.38

ABV

12.5% vol

Producer

Louis Jadot

Type of Closure

Natural Cork

Wine Maker

Frédéric Barnier

Country

France

Alcohol Type

Wine

Taste Category

C

Grape Variety

Gamay

Vinification Details

  • This wine includes a high proportion of 'cru' (the best of the region) wines making it a grown up Beaujolais. Made at our Combe Aux Jacques winery some of the grapes are destemmed and receive 14 day maceration to maximise flavours. No oak here.

History

  • From the tip of Chablis to the toe of Beaujolais, from regional , village, 1ER and Grand Cru wines, Louis Jadot (Est. 1859) makes wines from the length & breadth of Burgundy. The 'Bacchus' label being a reliable stamp from this complex region.

Regional Information

  • Beaujolais is the most southern part of the Burgundy region, made up of many villages which are classified for producing fruit that can go into the top Cru wines, Beaujolais Villages or Beaujolais.

Storage Type

Ambient

Storage Instructions

  • This wine is ideal for drinking now but can be kept for up to 2 years

Storage

This wine can be enjoyed now or carefully stored for up to 2 years from purchase.

Preparation and Usage

  • Delicious on its own or with charcuterie, pate, picnics, pasta dishes and pizza. Try lightly chilled - the new pink!

Name and address

  • Louis Jadot,
  • F 21200,
  • France.

Return to

  • Hatch Mansfield,
  • New Bank House,
  • 1, Brockenhurst Road,
  • Ascot,
  • Berkshire SL5 9DJ,
  • UK.
  • www.hatchmansfield.com

Lower age limit

18 Years

Net Contents

75cl

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29 Reviews

Average of 4.4 stars

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Beautiful mellow red wine, would highly recommend

5 stars

Beautiful mellow red wine, would highly recommend :-)

WORTH THE HIGHER PRICE

5 stars

Beaujolais is a notoriously tricky wine, and can be very disappointing. Hence lower prices should be treated with caution. This is not the cheapest of the Tesco range, but in my view worth it. It has the true Beaujolais flavour and feel, and I find it hard to put down. Very nice.

louis jadot bourjolais

5 stars

these bourjolais are amongst the very best. the only thing wrong is that cthey are not stocked in all tesco stores and are not sold at the old diiscont termes of 25% off per 12 bottle case ,ALL the time

Excellent

5 stars

Served it at Christmas lunch and everyone raved about it. Really delicious and good value.

Imbibers joy-Brexit currency beater

5 stars

A superb wine-typical Gamay- nose and taste in balance. Smooth and easy drinking-ripe tannins and could go longer- buy it for Christmas-with the currency situation this will be well over £10 soon so at £7.50 a steal

Dissapointing

2 stars

I was greately disappointed with this wine. Young and tannic and very little of the lively fruity qualilty I expect from a beaujolais. I will be sending it back.

Benchmark Beaujolais from a master producer

5 stars

I've never had a bad bottle from Louis Jadot: they produce tens of thousands of cases a year, from humble Beaujolais Villages to the most rarified of Grand Crus, and you sense they put the same attention into something like this at under a tenner as they do into their GC Echezeaux at £1000 a pop. Fresh and relatively uncomplicated, but with a decent streak of minerality to remind you of its pedigree, this is proper French wine for not a lot of money. Drink at cool room temperature all year round.

Fresh, light and tasty

4 stars

The Jadot stable turns out consistently good wines and this is well up to spec. It is an excellent companion to salmon or poultry, and for lunchtime drinking. Might be even better after another year or two, but still very drinkable now.

Consistency

4 stars

The Louis Jadot Beaujolais Villages has been consistently at the forefront of the Gamay production, and continues to be full of flavour in comparison to many other producers. A light but surprisingly medium bodied wine, it makes for easy drinking either by itself or with food. Prices seem to be on the increase but when bought at a good discount, amount to a good buy.

Not the usual quality!

1 stars

Not sure what is wrong but the first two bottled out of the case were very poor quality - nasty metallic taste, with the second undrinkable. Haven't ventured any further into the case yet, but sadly purchased 12 bottles in total for Christmas, so very disappointed.

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