Louis Jadot Beaujolais Village 37.5Cl

Louis Jadot Beaujolais Village 37.5Cl
£ 4.75


Product Description

  • Red French Wine
  • Wine of France
  • Pack size: 37.5cl


Allergy Information

  • Contains Sulphites

Tasting Notes

  • Brimming with juicy cherry and raspberry fruit notes, and light tannins. For something different try is lightly chilled - the 'new pink'.

Region of Origin


Wine Colour


Alcohol Units



12.5% vol


Louis Jadot

Type of Closure

Natural Cork

Wine Maker

Frédéric Barnier



Alcohol Type


Grape Variety


Vinification Details

  • A proportion of the grapes are de-stemmed and undergo a 14-day maceration.


  • In 1998 Louis Jadot opened their new Combe aux Jacques winery, near the village of Brouilly. For the first time in the Beaujolais area, they are purchasing grapes rather than must or juice to produce a Beaujolais Villages.

Regional Information

  • The Louis Jadot cuvée comes mainly from the regions of Lantigne, Lancie and Regnié, where the best Beaujolais Villages are located - on typical granite-based soil.

Storage Type


Storage Instructions

  • This wine can be drunk now but will further improve if carefully stored for up to 5 years

Produce of

Product of France

Name and address

  • Louis Jadot,
  • Pontanevaux,
  • France.

Return to

  • www.louisjadot.com

Lower age limit

18 Years

Net Contents


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10 Reviews

Average of 3.5 stars

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4 stars

depth , balance with just the right amount of tannin

Very accceptable wine

4 stars

realy enjoyed reading this wine, whihc is realtively full bodied

Not bad at all

4 stars

This wine is very much as described on Tesco's notes. It benefits from being allowed to breathe for at least a couple of hours. It is not as full bodied as some St Emilions but goes well with cheeses. Would I buy more? Probably, hence the 4* rating rather than 5*.


4 stars

I bought a bottle when I saw it on offer at £7.49 per bottle. Lovely fruity and smooth wine. Went out and bought 6 more!

Good buy.

4 stars

Gave 6 bottles of this to my sister at Christmas. She says its great. What more can I say !


1 stars

This was really disappointing - should be a good wine. We left it to breathe for quite a while, hoping it would improve, but it didn't. Tannin is overpowering and harsh, so only get a little of the fruity flavours behind it. We sent it back (although it took 3 attempts before it was collected!).

Italian influence is a feature

4 stars

The Romans planted the first vines in this St Emilion area and they certainly did a good job. There's tremendous value for money in this bottle from the Calvet stable. A smooth but firm structure which is lasting on the palate. At 13% it's strong enough to partner game, cheese and spicey foods.

Good wine

4 stars

Very intense wine with a lot of fruity dark flavours

Very good

4 stars

We bought half a dozen bottles of this for Christmas but thought we'd better try it beforehand! I decanted it to give it some air and let it breath. I thought it was really good, smooth and not too fruity, but my wife said it might have been even better if it had breathed for longer. Either way, iIt might not last until Christmas!

I have reservations about this wine

2 stars

I bought a bottle of this wine from the shelves of Tesco Stores earlier in the year and liked it, when I saw it on special offer on the Tesco website I bought a dozen bottles. I tasted one of the bottles and found it very unapproachable , tannic and hard. On reflection I think the previous single bottle may well have been an earlier vintage. This would seem to suggest that it requires a further 12 months or so of bottle age. We shall see.

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