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Deliciously intense Beaujolais
Beaujolais Villages Nouveau 2018 case, by Alpine Wines' classic Jerome Lacondemine.
As in 2018, the wine is produced with no added sulfites (except a small amount at bottling time) and minimal intervention, allowing for more complexity in the finished wine
A proper wine made in a month by a true craftsman - fun and very good.
This is a more structured nouveau, dark fruit and some tannins, and the Deschamps is "fruitier" - most people get some of both.
Jerome Lacondemine makes Beaujolais Villages Nouveau from his youngest vines grown on south-facing slopes around the town of Beaujeu. A lot of work and care goes into the vineyard so this is not a just-fruity nouveau, this has more complexity. If you want more fruit, try the Deschamps Nouveau.
IMPORTANT: We order what people preorder with only a little bit extra stock. I try to have enough to get to Christmas, but this happened only once in the past five years
The Lacondemine Nouveau is produced with no added sulfites and minimal intervention, allowing for more complexity in the wine - but it won't keep days after opening like a sulfited wine might.
|Last Tasted||30 May 2021|
|Winemaking||Carbonic Fermentation, Malolactic|
|Aged In||Steel, Cement|
|Key Features||Unoaked, Vegetarian and Vegan|
|Available from||Online Exclusive|
|Bought In (year)||2019|